Pear Study Circle – Phenology Based IPM
December 13 @ 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
A panel discussion with Darin Palmer, Mel Weythman, Sam Parker and other project participants facilitated by Robert Orpet and Molly Sayles, WSU.
Study circles are designed to provide opportunities where growers, consultants, researchers, and industry professionals can learn from one another to improve pear profitability and sustainability.
- What is phenology based IPM.
- How did IPM programs compare to organic and conventional in 2023?
- Grower discussion of pluses and minuses.
- Discussion of improvements.
30 min presentation and 2 hrs of facilitated discussion.
Come at 12:30 for a sponsored lunch.
2 pesticide credits with WSDA approval.
Walk-ins welcome for in-person. Registration required for virtual. Sign up for lunch. Register here.
Mission Creek Community Club 4724 Mission Creek Road, Cashmere WA 98815. Simultaneous virtual option available through WSU webinars (zoom). Registered participants will receive the zoom link.
the Fresh and Processed Pear Committee and sponsorship from SymAgro.
An $80 value.
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