Date: July 10, 2014, 9am-5pm
Location: New Lisbon, WI
This workshop will add to your existing knowledge of pest management for grapes and add to your repertoire of knowledge about spotted wing drosopliha and how to calibrate your sprayers.
- Gain hands-on experience in scouting for the major grape pests
- Learn in-field/in-vineyard scouting techniques for major and minor pests of grapes, including flea beetle, grape berry moth, anthracnose, phomopsis, black rot, powdery mildew and downy mildew
- Learn how to determine thresholds for each of the main pests
- Discuss options for managing each major pest using organic and non-organic pesticides as well as cultural and biological management options
- Collaboratively build management plans for the host vineyard and its pests
- Learn how to calibrate your sprayers
This unique, innovative program provides an intensive, full-day applied workshop including hands-on demonstrations as well as team scouting opportunities.
Registration for the workshop is limited to 40 participants on a first come, first served basis. This class size allows for active discussion and interaction with course instructors. Registration fees cover course materials, refreshments and lunch.
Field guides will be available for purchase during the workshop.
This workshop is a collaborative effort between the UW-Madison Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems and UW-Extension.
Registration questions? Contact Regina Hirsch at 608-335-7755 or firstname.lastname@example.org.