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Serving California growers with uncompromised quality and personal attention to their profitability.

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Creating value for the customers we serve.

Our business has grown to be one of the largest independent marketers of agricultural products in California. We are committed to remaining one of the best through constant re-investment in our facilities, employees, technology and infrastructure. While never wavering on our promise to deliver an exceptional customer experience.


We go wherever you grow.

There is nothing quite like California agriculture. With so much diversity, growers require a partner who understands what it takes to succeed in such a complex and rapidly-changing industry. For over 60 years, the people at Grow West® have been dedicated to being the local experts in California. Today, we do it from 18 retail, farm supply and wholesale manufacturing locations near you.

Growing Together Winter 2021

This fall one of our own, Johnny Council, was recognized by the Agricultural Retailer Association (ARA) for his outstanding career in the ag retailer industry.
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Your Local Experts

Here at Grow West, we understand that California agriculture is complex. Being your local agronomic experts, we value growing together and offer insights and information to help you succeed. Stay up to date on the latest Grow West content through our feature articles and quarterly newsletter, Growing Together.


Strategic relationships that build grower profitability.

The combined resources of our company rival any supplier, anywhere. But we’re an even stronger organization when we work together with partners who share a common goal – to ensure grower success and grower profitability. We’ve identified, secured and created strategic joint ventures and supplier partnerships to better serve our customers.


Our culture is our core.

We have always sought out hiring best-in-class employees, and providing the business tools of education, training, and on-the-job experience for personal development and growth, to better serve our customer base. This translates to a ground up culture, highly reactive to market and customer changes and needs. All while maintaining our local presence, challenging the norms and driving innovation.

About Us

Grow West® represents the very best of agriculture.

Inside Grow West you’ll find a genuine desire to help our customers succeed and the aspiration to improve and serve our community.

The conversation around carbon credits is expanding within the farming community. April Pearson, who provides legal counsel to Grow West, shared an overview of the carbon credit market today and its future based on current offerings and policies in our summer newsletter. Link in bio.
Growers lined up at our Yuba City location to recycle ♻️ plastic containers to help reduce impact on the environment in partnership with @suttercounty 

Image taken by employee Ken Garrison 

#CaliforniaAgriculture #CaliforniaRice #Recycle #SustainableSolutions
This week we would like to feature Jared Plocher! 

A fourth generation farmer, Jared is no stranger to the ins and outs of California agriculture. Today, he lives in Woodland with his family where they run a ranch with cattle and pigs. After nearly 20 years in heavy civil construction, Jared completed his master’s degree in Occupational Safety and Health. Knowing safety is a significant factor in agriculture as well, Jared joined the Grow West team as the Corporate Safety Manager in 2018. Most of his time is spent out at various locations building relationships and coming up with solutions to enhance safety protocols. Having completed over 87 days of safety training last year, Jared said, "I am here to make sure that people, real people with families and lives outside of work, make it home at night. It's all about the personal connection and finding safety solutions together." 

Thank you, Jared, for all you do to keep us safe! 

#WeAreGrowWest #Spotlight
As we transition to a post-pandemic world, it’s important to help employees transition to a post-pandemic workplace. See our summer newsletter for an update from MVP Safety on COVID-19 regulations and ways to ensure your operation is compliant and safe. The link is in our bio.
Agrian has built its reputation on making the complex simple. That’s why we’ve been partnering with them for nearly 15 years to bring advanced digital solutions to our growers. Learn more about how Agrian’s digital tools can support your operation in our latest newsletter. Link in bio.
This week we are featuring Emily Garrison! 

Emily grew up in Woodland and has been around both agriculture and Grow West for the majority of her life. After graduating from college, Emily realized she has a love for numbers and the challenges that come along with them. After taking accounting courses to learn the ins and outs of accounting, she now serves as the Controller where she has most recently led the company through a software change. "I get to work with so many people and spend a lot of my time working with locations helping ensure they have all the necessary accounting tools for their operations, including budgets and financials. Although this is a challenging role, I enjoy helping Grow West work towards company goals." 

Thank you, Emily, for all you do! 

#WeAreGrowWest #Spotlight
Our Technical Service Manager, Layne Wade, has provided some crop-specific updates on drought management strategies in our latest Growing Together newsletter. Access the newsletter through the link in our bio.
We released the summer edition of our quarterly newsletter, Growing Together®! Check it out on the news page of our website. Link in bio!! #GrowingTogetherNewsletter
This week we would like to feature Tony Perez! At the beginning of his career, Tony was in the food service industry where he managed a local McDonald’s store in Dixon, California. That is where his passion for hard work and customer service started. After many rigorous years in the food service industry, Tony was looking for a change and started driving truck for a local company where he met Joe Carrasco. Since joining the Grow West trucking team in 2009, Tony has served as a mentor and committee lead for the safety committee. "My managers embraced my passion for teaching, so I conduct the ride along, hands on training for our new hires, which helps them feel comfortable and confident before they go out on their own. It is very rewarding to be a part of something bigger and to know you had a role in producing a crop." Thank you, Tony, for all you do! #WeAreGrowWest #Spotlight
Veraison in wine grapes is the critical stage in which quality factors like color intensity, brix, and uniform berry size at harvest are all determined. Having too much nitrogen present during this stage can cause delays in maturity, resulting in more green fruit crush. Talk to your Grow West PCA to discuss your veraison nutrition plans.
Next week we will be launching the summer edition of our quarterly newsletter Growing Together®! Want to receive this edition in your email inbox? Click the link in our bio to sign up!
This week we are featuring Bernie Sandoval! 

Bernie is our Supply Chain Coordinator where he works closely with our purchasing department to support each of our retail locations. He started at Grow West 14 years ago in the Woodland Farm Supply store and then transitioned to the purchasing department 7 years ago. In his time at Grow West, Bernie said, "The people here have trusted me and my abilities and that has helped me both in my personal life and my professional life. They provide me with all of the tools that I need to be successful and then trust me to do it. It is a lot of fun being a part of this team year after year." 

Thank you, Bernie, for all you do! 

#WeAreGrowWest #Spotlight
Independence Day is a day to remember our freedom and the responsibility to maintain that freedom for generations to come. We hope everyone is having a safe and fun weekend!
This week we would like to feature Cody Johnson! 

Born and raised in Mendocino County, Cody has been surrounded by the agriculture community from a young age. Cody joined the Ukiah Grow West team two years ago as Warehouse Supervisor, where he is responsible for managing inventory flow for the location. “Working side by side with the agricultural community, both the farmers, 4-H youth, has been the most rewarding part of my position. There is so much knowledge and history in our agriculture community, and I am thankful to get to form relationships with the community and serve them,” shared Cody. 

Thank you, Cody, for all you do! 

#WeAreGrowWest #Spotlight
Our PCAs have recorded in their scouting reports that populations in Coddling Moth traps are up approximately 80% in walnuts over previous years. This increase is a reason to consult with your PCA to ensure that your management plan is in place to reduce the impact in walnuts.
This week we would like to feature Thom Wiseman! 

Thom grew up on the Delta and was first introduced to the agriculture chemical and fertilizer industry when his father started his own company in the industry around 1950. No stranger to driving row crop sprayers or making deliveries, and also the not-so-glamourous parts of owning this business, Thom enjoyed being in the outdoors and the opportunity to create relationships that came along with the industry. He graduated from UC Davis with a degree in Ag Economics and Business Management and started his career shortly after as a PCA. Now in his 44th season, Thom services clients out of the Walnut Grove location and shared, “the most rewarding part about being a PCA for me is the great satisfaction I get from approaching and completing each season. Each one is different and no two have ever been alike. I get excited to go out in the field and start a new challenge each season.” 

Thank you, Thom, for all you do! 

#WeAreGrowWest #Spotlight
Our PCAs have recorded in their scouting reports that populations in Navel Orangeworm traps are up 30-40% in almonds over previous years. This increase is a reason to consult with your PCA to ensure that your management plan is in place to reduce the impact in your almonds.
Happy Father’s Day to all of our fantastic fathers both at Grow West and those we interact with every day. We are so thankful to have you as part of our team!
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