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UCCE 2023 Rice Production Workshop: Topics & Presenters Announced

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The UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) has planned an in-depth workshop aimed at providing the principles and practices of rice production in California.

The 2023 Rice Production Workshop is set for March 15 and 16 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Lundberg Family Farms in Richvale. 

The two-day workshop will cover several topics in great detail, including:  rice growth and development, varieties, water management, pest identification and several other items. 

For a complete program outline and list of presenters click here.

The deadline to enroll in the 2023 UCCE Rice Production Workshop is March 8. The cost to register is $200. To sign up for this year’s workshop, click here.

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