Learn IPM concepts, sampling techniques, and natural enemy identification skills needed to be an effective scout in a pear IPM program.Find out more »
Join us January 16, 2019, for an opportunity to learn about improving fruit size and quality, handling trees at medium density, conserving natural enemies, fire blight, pear IPM, cutting edge pest management research, and labor program tools. Co-Sponsored by: WSU Extension and Pear Bureau Northwest Save the Date. Look for Agendas coming soon. 2-3 Pesticide education certification credits awarded for program attendance, depending on WSDA approval. Extension programs and employment are available without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be…Find out more »
Co-Sponsored by: WSU Extension and North Central Fieldmen’s Assoc. Topics include: Can Deficit Irrigation Be Used as a Tool to Improve Fruit Quality in Honeycrisp?, Adoption of Protective Netting in WA Apple Production, Bitter Pit Prediction Models, Woolly Apple Aphid, Codling Moth, Managing Fire Blight in Young Trees, Update on Apple Powdery Mildew Control, Factors Affecting Glyphosate Efficacy, and more.Find out more »
Co-sponsored by WSU Extension and Chelan Future Farmers of America
Topics include: Fire Blight Prevention, Cosmic Crisp® Marketing Updates, Cosmic Crisp® Horticultural Updates, Woolly Apple Aphid, Native Stink Bug, Reducing Spray Drift, Spotted Wing Drosophila, and more.