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Field Visits on Fumigation for Replant Disease Using Mustard Meal

Posted by wendyej | September 10, 2020

Mustard Meal and Anaerobic Disinfestation Alternatives to
Fumigation for Replant Disease

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Replant disease can cost growers more than $70,000 per acre in lost returns when it is not treated for. We initiated field-scale trials in 2017 to test alternatives to fumigation including mustard meal bio-renovation and anaerobic disinfestation. Join us to see the results in the orchard. WA 38 on G41 in Othello, WA 38 on G41 and M9 in Rock Island and TC2 on Bud 10.

Please join us for one or more of our scheduled field visits**

October 27, 2020
10 am – 2 pm: Sign up for a 50 min time slot (5 people or less)
Box Canyon Farm Block. 27 Inlow Loop Rd Tonasket WA.

October 28, 2020
10 am – 2 pm: Sign up for a 50 min time slot (5 people or less)
WSU Sunrise Research Farm. 114 Sunrise Ct. Rock Island WA.

October 29, 2020
10 am – 2pm: Sign up for a 50 min time slot (5 people or less)
Rd E SE & Rd 10.5 SE Royal City WA   46.932182, -119.388425 10720

**Participants must wear masks and comply with six-foot spacing requirements for Covid safety.


Tianna Dupont

Funding Sources This project was supported by grants from the Washington State Tree Fruit Research Commission grant # 10211000 and the USDA Crop Protection grant # 2017-70006-27267. Thank you to in kind support from Gold Crown Nursery, Cameron Nursery, Progen Seed, Trident Ag Products, Farm Fuel Inc and generous support of labor, materials and equipment from orchardists Mike Robinson, Jim Baird and Sam Godwin.

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs who contact Tianna DuPont at (509) 663-8181 at least two weeks prior to the event.

Washington State University