Field Visit for Grape Trial in Modesto, CA. with Dr. Kristi Sanchez

It was an honor to get invited by one of our Scientists, Dr. Kristi Sanchez, to participate in one of her field visits for her Grape Trial in Modesto, CA. It was remarkable to see her in action out in the field, doing what she does best: helping diagnose nematode issues and providing support to […]

TRICAL + LANDMARK IRRIGATION

Landmark and TriCal have come together as partners in the TriCal Group of companies. All your irrigation and soil health needs under one umbrella. Landmark Irrigation is a turn key irrigation dealer, serving California’s Central Valley Ag industry since 1990. Each irrigation system is personalized to meet the specific needs of the grower. Their services […]

TREE & VINE SCHOOL RE-CAP

The first annual TriCal Group Tree and Vine School was a success. If you were able to attend the day of the event, Thursday – November 10th, we thank you! If you weren’t able to attend, then you can still check out all of the great speaker presentations. The presentations are available on demand now. […]

Potato School Coming December 13

Save the date for: POTATO SCHOOLTuesday, December 13, Register online:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/potato-school-2022-tickets-432993243447 It is FREE and will be a VIRTUAL ONLINE EVENT.Come join us for a robust day of learning and discussion. We have an excellent line-up of speakers planned. Here is who you will hear and what you will learn: Dr. Steve Culman, Washington State University’s Soil Health Endowed […]

The Storkan-Hanes-McCaslin Research Foundation Recognizes Student Research in Soil Disease

Founded in 1987, the Storkan-Hanes-McCaslin Foundation was created in honor of the three founders of TriCal: Richard Storkan, Jerry Hanes and Bob McCaslin. Their spirit still lives on today, as the Foundation continues to further the work of the three founders who were always willing to provide time, money, fumigants, and equipment to further research […]

Soil Fumigation: Helping to Overcome Destructive Crop Pests

Destructive pests – such as nematodes, fungi, insects, weeds, and other pathogens – can be devastating to a crop. Many times, these pests are actually a non-native, invasive species that readily establish themselves throughout farms within California and other parts of the U.S. Did you know, on average, that California alone acquires 9 new invasive […]