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Okanogan Horticultural Society Meeting – Feb 11

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Join us for the Annual Okanogan Horticultural Society Meeting. This is the final event of the WSU Tree Fruit Extension North Central Washington Winter Programs. At this session, participants will hear the latest research-based information on horticulture, pest and disease management. We hope you will join us to network and learn this winter. Pesticide update credits will be awarded for program attendance: 2-3 credits per session dependent on WSDA approval. Pre-registration is not necessary for event attendance without lunch.

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Networking lunch. Pre-registration required for lunch. Networking lunch provides an opportunity to learn and network with your peers and visiting speakers. Register for lunch at

Tuesday February 11, 2020

Agriplex, Omak, WA

Co-Sponsored by Okanogan Horticultural Society

Topics include: Successful Codling Moth Management: Don’t Forget the Basics; Hitting the Target: Using the New WSU Spray Evaluator to Optimize Spray Timings; Adding SIR to the Codling Moth Toolbox; Mass Trapping to Massively Reduce Your Codling Moth Problem – Does it Work?; Thinking Forward – Marketing Trends, Looking at the Dollars, Tips to Stay Relevant and Continue Farming in the Current Market; Cosmic Crisp® Release; X Disease and Little Cherry Virus: A Looming Threat – Be Ready; Psylla Management; Afternoon Spanish Session: Identificación y eliminación de la nueva enfermedad de la cereza: Little Cherry and X Disease (Identification and elimination of the new cherry disease: Little Cherry Disease and X Disease); Prácticas seguras de uso de pesticidas (Safe Pesticide Application Practices); Actualización de los requisitos para usar Paraquat, licencias de pesticidas y nueva página de Internet de WSDA. (New requirement for Paraquat users, Licensing and WSDA website updates).

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Tianna Dupont
Extension Specialist, Tree Fruit
WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center

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