Month: May 2011
Today’s themes: Updates on Carbaryl regulations, scab, black & white rot, and a whole slew of insects. Open the post for a list of topics and to download the recording!
Seth Dibblee, chemicals expert from the EPA, sent us this note on carbaryl in response to some questions that were asked in a recent conference call. Please bring any questions you have about this note to our conference call tomorrow, May 31, or contact Seth directly.
Today’s themes: The difference between tree phenology and insect/disease biology — on scab and arthropods.
Tree thinning with Dr. Phil Schwallier, MSU Horticulture, and fire blight, scab, codling moth, and spotted wing drosophila update with John Aue.
Wednesday, June 22, 2011, near Galesville WI. Open the post for more information!
Rachel Mallinger from UW-Entomology provided us with some fantastic documents about native pollinators and on techniques to encourage these extremely important orchard inhabitants. A spreadsheet …
Tree nutrition (boron, zinc, and nitrogen) monitoring and management with Dr. Rebecca Harbut, UW-Horticulture and Balancing resistance management and control with John Aue