The Western Plant Health Association Application Committee and the University of California at Davis Bio and Ag Engineering departments will present “Managing the Fate of Agro Chemicals,” a California Application Show and Seminar on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at the Western Center for Agricultural Equipment, U.C. Davis, Calif.

The one-day conference will feature exhibits and demonstrations of the latest fertilizer and crop protection application technology. Presentations throughout the day will highlight topics of concern including regulatory issues impacting application, spray nozzles, the use of adjuvants and state-of-the-art application technology.

“This conference is designed to help agricultural applicators meet today's air and water quality standards,” said show chairman Will Harrison of Sunrise Growers. “The talks and exhibits are designed to efficiently educate and inform managers and supervisors of ground applications in fertilizer and pest control equipment.”

Certified Crop Advisors (CCA), Pest Control Advisors (PCAS) and Qualified Applicator continuing education credits will be available to attendees. Multiple opportunities for both indoor and outdoor exhibits are available. For exhibiting information, please contact Steve Beckley, president and CEO of WPHA at (916) 446-3316 or steveb@wpha.net