Wild Blueberry Newsletter – April 2015
Integrated Crop Management Field Training Sessions
Field training sessions will be offered at three locations to demonstrate and discuss the Integrated Crop Management (ICM) field scouting techniques in Wild Blueberry Fact Sheet No. 204. The first and second session will cover mummy berry blight identification and monitoring, insect sweeping and identification, and weed identification and management. The third session will cover blueberry maggot fly trapping, spotted wing drosophila ID and trapping, leaf and soil sampling, and weed identification and management.
One recertification credit per session will be offered for certified pesticide applicators for each session.
All Field Training sessions will be from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
|Field Day Locations||Location|
Tuesday, April 28, May 26, and June 30, 2015
Route 235, 2740 Western Road
Wednesday, April 29, May 27, and July 1, 2015
|Blueberry Hill Farm
1643 Route 1
|G. M. Allen’s Freezer
David E. Yarborough
Extension Blueberry Specialist
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