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NCW Tree Fruit Days January 17-19 in Wenatchee January 21 in Chelan, and February 7 in Omak

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Join us for North Central Washington Tree Fruit Days on January 17-19, 21 and February 7. Co-sponsored by WSU Extension, Northwest Cherries, Pear Bureau Northwest, NCW Fieldmen’s Association, Chelan Future Farmers of America and the Okanogan Horticultural Association. These events provide the latest research-based information on horticulture, pest and disease management. WSDA and ODA pesticide update credits will be awarded for program attendance. For agendas and additional information visit treefruit.wsu.edu/events. This event is free thank you to sponsors.

Jan 17, 2023 NCW Apple Day @ Wenatchee Convention Center (with online option)

Jan 17, 2023 Manejo de Frutales Spanish Session @ Wenatchee Convention Center

Jan 18, 2023 NCW Stone Fruit Day @ Wenatchee Convention Center (with online option)

Jan 19, 2023 NCW Pear Day @ Wenatchee Convention Center (with online option)

Jan 21, 2023 Lake Chelan Horticultural Day @ Chelan High School

Feb 7, 2023 Okanogan Horticultural Society @ Okanogan County AgriPlex

 

Get your pesticide update credits

WSDA and ODA pesticide update credits will be awarded for program attendance (2 to 3 credits per day).

What’s new?

Join us for the sponsored networking lunch which provides an opportunity to learn and network with your peers and visiting speakers. Visit the lunch registration or treefruit.wsu.edu/events to register for lunch.

What topics are exciting?

Exciting topics this year include a session on rootstocks highlighting the role of rootstocks in plant nutrition and potential for replant resistance and mycorrhizal association at Apple Day Jan 17. Join us for an in-depth discussion of pollination and pollinators during Stone Fruit Day Jan 18. Pear Day Jan 19 will delve deep on psylla management and look at the impacts of this year’s cold and hot weather on fruit quality. Don’t forget to attend the Spanish Session on Jan 17th in the afternoon.

Why should I attend?

Tree Fruit Days is a go-to opportunity for the latest research-based information. In the current times we can’t afford not do our best horticulture and pest management to achieve the high-quality fruit that pays.

Visit us at treefruit.wsu.edu/events for more information or contact Tianna at tianna.dupont@wsu.edu 509-293-8758.

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