Save the date! 2018 California Tomato Growers Association Annual Meeting on January 24th in Modesto
Join AGQ Labs USA for the 71st California Tomato Growers Association Annual Meeting & Exhibit on next January 24th at the Double Tree Hotel in Modesto. Our Agronomy and Food Safety teams will be attending all visitors. Come and join us!
At AGQ Labs we are experts in agriculture chemistry and plant-soil-water monitoring control systems. The great value that AGQ Labs brings to the agriculture sector is our global team of expert chemical engineers, agronomists, and scientists. Together, our experts utilize AGQ Labs’ vast reference database of ideal plant-soil-water conditions to optimize crop cultivation for our customers.
AGQ Labs currently provides consultancy for over 1.5 million acres of crops including but not limited to citrus, fruit trees, table grapes, wine grapes, almonds, olives, avocados, berries, sugar cane, energy crops, coffee, horticultural crops and rice.
The California Tomato Growers Association (CTGA) was formed in 1947 as a service association for growers of processing tomatoes. Its primary functions were to recruit field labor for tomato growers, set price rates for workers and hire attorneys to advise growers on the Bracero farm worker program. Today, the CTGA is involved in every phase of the state’s processing tomato industry, from establishing a fair price to involvement with international trade, and assisting growers with all aspects of their production and marketing.
The CTGA is an association of California processing tomato growers that provides economic, public policy and business leadership for the benefit of growers and the industry. The Association represents grower interests through services to its members including bargaining, communications and advocacy to ensure the stability, viability and prosperity of the industry.
You can find more information about the California Tomato Growers Association and its Annual Meeting here.