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WA 38 Spring Field Days

If you missed this event, we have good news. We have posted all the great information shared during the field day in a new article: “WA38 Horticulture: Characteristics and Preliminary Results” containing all the management recommendations to get your new cultivar off to the right start. View the article here.

 

Thursday April 7, 2016   

10:00 to 11:30 am   WSU ROZA Orchard

3:00 to 4:30 pm   WSU Sunrise Orchard

For growers planning to plant the eye catching, crisp and juicy Cosmic Crisp™ WA38 this is your opportunity to learn current horticulture recommendations.

Join us at one or both locations in order to compare the bloom.

  • See what the trees and bloom look like in spring.
  • Discover the top things we have learned from this trial.
  • Learn management recommendations including planting distance, vigor control, pruning, and managing bloom for sufficient fruit.

Coming up soon

Watch tree fruit events for opportunities to taste fruit and visit the Cosmic Crisp blocks in June and September.

Directions

WSU Sunrise Orchard, off highway 28 on Sunrise Lane, about 11 miles south of Wenatchee.

WSU ROZA Orchard, Take N Gap Road North from Prosser, Turn East (right) onto King Tull Rd. Turn left (north) onto Hinzerling, then turn right (east) onto McCready. Follow McCready until Crosby Rd. Turn left (north) onto Crosby Rd. Follow N Crosby Rd crossing over Hanks and then Evans Rd. The WSU ROZA Farm will be on your right between Evans and W Kuhlman Rd.

Contacts

Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center (509) 663-8181

Stefano Musacchi, Tom Auvil, Kate Evans

Washington State University