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Virtual Stone Fruit Webinar

March 16, 2023

Location: virtual via Zoom

Date: Thursday March 16, 2023, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM

Cost: Free

Register Here

CCE LOFP and CCE ENYCHP are cohosting a virtual stone fruit webinar on March 16th. We will first hear from Dr. Brett Blaauw from the University of Georgia/Clemson University on the use of mating disruption for peach tree borers. We will then hear from Dr. Terence Robinson as he gives his recommendations from growing sweet cherries on dwarfing rootstocks under rain covers in New York.

There is a free event.

This program is eligible for .75 DEC credits in categories 1A, 10, and 22.

To receive credits, you must:

  1. Enter your ID number during registration
  2. Send a photocopy of your applicator ID to Janet van Zoeren at jev67 or 585 797 8368
  3. Attend the entire webinar
  4. Complete the Qualtrics surveys at the beginning and end of the meeting

Please reach out to Mike Basedow at mrb254 or 518 410 6823 with any questions on this event.

Click here to register for this event

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Follow up from 2023 VTFGA / UVM Fruit Grower meeting

Good morning:

After finally getting my old server password liberated, I am happy to post the pdfs of the slides from the 127th Vermont Apple Growers’ meeting (a shorter title seems okay here).



News from UVM Fruit Team and expectations for 2022

Dr. Terence Bradshaw

Updates to Vermont Pesticide Policy

Steve Dwinell, Director, Public Health & Agricultural Resource Management Division

Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets

Back to Basics: Core Integrated Pest Management Concepts

Dr. Terence Bradshaw

Back to Basics: Integrated Pest Management Strategies for Managing Insect Pests

Dr. Jaime Piñero, UMASS Fruit Program

Novel Strategies for Managing Insect Pests

Dr. Jaime Piñero, UMASS Fruit Program

Disease Management in Vermont Orchards

Dr. Srdjan Acimovic, Virginia Tech

Risk Management for Retail Farm Operations

Stuart Farnham, Frazer Insurance Agency

Thanks again for a good meeting, and I am sorry about the lack or a streamed / recorded option.


Webinar on spotted lanternfly Feb 21, 2023

Feb. 21, 12:00 – 1:00: Webinar: Spotted Lanternfly

It is just a matter of time before spotted lanternfly makes its way to Vermont. Brian Walsh, Penn State Extension, will describe how this invasive leafhopper has impacted municipalities in the northeast and provide information to share with your communities. Register here.

Hosted by Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Council