More than 1,200 people registered for the annual conference of Pest Control Advisers and other agricultural professionals.
The Oro Agri contingent at CAPCA this year were, from left to right, Greg Hallquist, El Grover, Calif.; Scott McKelvie of Templeton, Calif. Larry Liggett of Bakersfield, and Jose Silva or Edinburg, Texas.
Visiting during a break at CAPCA were, from left to right, DuPont’s Thor Krichevsky of Nipomo, Calif.; Mark Lopez of OCLMS, Simi Valley, Calif. and Mike Hemman, DuPont areas sales manager from Fresno, Calif.
J. Middione Jr., left, of Willowood USA, Fresno, Calif. talks with John Hanks of VALAGRO, Willows, Calif. at the Willowood booth.
From left to right, Ron Naven of Yara, Roseville, Calif.; David Blodget of SEPRO, Bakersfield, Calif. and Wilbur Ellis’ Dennis Duda of Stockton discuss 2012 at CAPCA.
Crop Protection Services Jimmy Rivers, left, of Paso Robles, Calif. and Kris Headley of King City are the new generation of PCAs in California taking in the annual CAPCA conference.
Suad Dialipagic, left, of Global Organics/BioFlora, talks about his products with PCA Ken Burdullia of Ag RX, Oxnard, Calif.
There were four race cars at CAPCA booths this year. Here Jim Mills of Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers, Moro Bay, Calif. takes a look at one of the rides with Dave Cheetam of Helena Chemical, Chico, Calif.
California State University, Fresno, agronomy professor Bruce Roberts, left, talks with Bayer CropSciences’ Manuel Jimenez of Exeter, Calif. and Charles Bergmann, product manager from Research Triangle, N.C.
Steve Bickley, left, with Brandt Monterey, Corning, Calif. talks with Brian Leahy, center, director of the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) and Tom Babb, manager of the DPR’s licensing branch. Babb and Leahy were CAPCA conference speakers.
Simplot was well represented at CAPCA by, from left to right, Rick Hunt of Turlock, Calif; Amarinder Dosanjh of Delano and Francisco Rivera of Bakersfield.