FREP/WPH Nutrient Management Conference

Fertilizer Research and Education Program

For over 25 years, FREP has presented its pioneering fertilizer research at annual conferences. Since 2007, FREP has collaborated with the Western Plant Health (WPH) to create a conference that balances technical research with discussion on practical application. Presenters from academia, industry, and agricultural consulting provide general and technical information, current research and data, and practical applications addressing statewide and regional nutrient management issues.

The 2022 FREP/WPH Conference will be held in Visalia, CA, on October 26 and 27, 2022. Registration now open!

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Registration Includes:

  • 1.5 days of seminars
  • Poster Reception
  • Two breakfasts
  • One lunch
  • Continuing Education Credits (Day one Farm Tour: 3 hours; Day two 3.5 hours, Day three: 2.5 hours)
Register by 10/14/2022 for $200
After 10/15/2022 $230
Student Pricing is available

View the 2022 Agenda

Call for Posters

A poster session will be held the evening of October 26. Undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and industry members can present their ongoing research, outreach, or demonstration projects in California related to irrigation and nutrient management.

FREP does not accept abstracts/posters related to proprietary product development, testing or promotions.

If you would like to present a poster at the 2022 FREP/WPH Nutrient Management Conference, submit your abstract to FREP@cdfa.ca.gov by October 14, 2022. Abstracts must be related to irrigation and nutrient management in California and may originate from outside of California, but at least some of the work must be performed in California, and all the work must be relevant to California agriculture.

Submissions must include poster title, author names and affiliations, and an abstract (350-word limit).

One presenter per poster will receive free conference registration (Accepted abstracts). Poster submissions will be selected based on topic relevance and quality of abstracts.

We encourage individuals to prepare their abstracts according to the American Society of Agronomy Tips for Writing Abstracts.

Accepted abstracts: How to prepare your poster

To learn more about poster preparation, time and location of the poster session, please see the Poster Guidelines.

Proceedings

The Proceedings include a synopsis of FREP’s latest achievements, summaries of current FREP-funded projects and relevant research, and a list of completed FREP projects. See past Conference Proceedings.