Join WSU and the Next Generation Tree Fruit Network for an opportunity to learn more about natural enemies in Pear IPM.
⇒ Dr. Louie Nottingham and Betsy Beers will share the results from recent trials.
⇒ Tianna DuPont, WSU Extension will show three natural enemy monitoring traps currently deployed in the field and discuss recent data from orchard blocks in the valley.
Come with your pear IPM questions.
Where: K & K Orchards (Map coordinates: 47.4668370 N, -120.4926870 W view map )
Directions: Follow Mission Creek Rd up the canyon from Cashmere; about 1.6 miles past Tripp CanyonRd. Look for a WSU Extension sign across the street from 2984 Mission Creek Rd, Cashmere.
Contact: Tianna DuPont (509) 663-8181 x211 office, (509) 713-5346 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Generation Tree Fruit Alliance: Supporting the Future Faces of Farming. We offer educational opportunities for Young and Next Generation Growers, Managers & Field staff.
Thank you sponsors: North Central Washington Fieldmen’s Association, WSDA Specialty Crop Block Grant, Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission
Thank you to hosts: Thank you to Kameron, Karry, Kasey and Dillon Miller for hosting us.