Welcome to AgBusiness Resources

AgBusiness Resources provides technical and business support for our clients, whether they are individual growers, commodity groups or large corporations. AgBusiness Resources is located in the heart of California's San Joaquin Valley and has extensive experience in row crops, field crops, trees, vines, citrus, vegetables and ornamentals.

Our core competencies are in the areas of crop production, pest management, pollinator protection, environmental stewardship and business development. We also organize educational events and offer customized training.

Let our expertise and passion for agriculture contribute to your success…

Get to Know Us

We work closely with our clients to save them time, reduce their costs and minimize their risk.

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Specialty Crop Schools

2014 Crop Schools will be in the San Joaquin (July) and Salinas Valleys of California (October).

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MRL Workshop in Visalia

Learn more about global regulations that impact ag exports.

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Business Services

AgBusiness Resources will
support your business development.

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Experience State-of-the-Art Fruit, Nut and Vegetable Production at a Specialty Crop School…

Specialty Crop Schools bring corporate professionals, regulatory directors, marketing managers, PCAs and R&D personnel to farms, processing plants and research facilities to directly experience California agriculture. Some comments from our 2013 attendees…

"Excellent program with diversity of topics, crops and speakers!"

"Great for people that are new to California, or regulatory and marketing people who have limited experience with specialty crops."

"This was a very good experience. It opened my eyes up to the industry."

2014 Specialty Crop Schools will showcase two distinct production areas in California.  The San Joaquin Valley School (July 14-17) will feature almonds, citrus, grapes, ornamentals and vegetable crops. The Salinas Valley School (October 6-9) will focus on cool season vegetables, strawberries, cane berries, wine grapes, walnuts, seed and flower production. Sessions include field trips and classroom lectures. 

Representatives from the food, chemical, fertilizer, equipment, packaging, transportation and environmental monitoring industries are encouraged to participate. Sales, marketing, communications, finance and logistics managers, as well as technical, R&D, and regulatory/government affairs personnel will benefit from direct exchange with growers, pest control advisors, research scientists, new contacts and potential customers. International attendees are welcome.

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