Forwarding from our Cornell colleagues across the lake. -TB
Dr. Terence Robinson, Dan Olmstead, and others will continue to present the detailed and practical implications for bloom thinning with and without the use of the Pollen Tube Growth Model in apples. There will be ample time for questions and discussion. At meeting time, please click the following link, there is no need to preregister: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/95697849291?pwd=K0JJc0ZLb2JoaVg5VXR4YTloK2N5QT09
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Please see the introduction to bloom thinning by Dr. Robinson and much more (Nutrition by Dr. Cheng, Apogee at pink on Honeycrisp for BP suppression by Dan Donahue, Fire Blight Management by Dr. Cox, and Insect Management at Pink from Dr. Jaime Pinero (UMass) from our Statewide Virtual Pink Meeting that was held on April 27 here: htps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fnF6y_fCdqw
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