Cultivation: Workers may be required to work as operators of wheel tractors pulling cultivators, mower or hilling disks.
Watering: Workers may be required to water trees by hand using pumps and hoses.
Spraying: Workers that have the proper certificates and training may be required to apply various chemicals such as herbicides, fungicides, and other chemicals required for the health of the plants and nursery.
GENERAL CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL CROPS: Fieldwork begins at assigned time usually shortly after daylight. Work is performed during light rain and in high humidity and in temperatures ranging from 100 ( hours per day depending upon the conditions in the
fields and maturity of the crops but will not be required to do so. Also, the workers may be requested to work on federal holidays and on their Sabbath but
will not be required to do so. Workers may volunteer to work additional hours when work is available. Down Time: Workers should expect occasional
periods of little or no work because of weather, crop or other conditions beyond the employer’s control. These periods can occur anytime throughout the
season. Starting and ending times may vary according to weather and crop conditions. When this occurs, the employer will give workers advance notice as
possible. Starting and ending times will change due to weather and crop conditions. During certain times of the season workers are required to work at
night. Workers will be given as much notice as possible when changing shifts are required. Also, the workers may be requested to work on federal holidays
and on their Sabbath but will not be required to do so. Workers may volunteer to work additional hours when work is available. If a worker is offered and
agrees to work more than the scheduled hours during the workweek, they must still report to work on their other scheduled days, unless arrangements are
approved in advance with the owner or supervisor. Choosing to work longer hours during the week does not exclude you from working each scheduled
work day. Not reporting for work on your scheduled work day will be counted as an unexcused absence.