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Presentations from Winter Fruit Schools Now Available

Posted: March 10, 2017

Penn State Extension held nine regional educational meetings for commercial tree fruit growers this winter.

In case you missed the meetings or you want to review what you learned, the presentations are now posted at our extension website.

Winter fruit school program highlights included:

  • Diseases for the Fruit Grower Radar, Dr. Kari Peter, Penn State Extension Tree Fruit Pathologist
  • Predictive Strategies and Best Management Practices for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, Dr. Greg Krawczyk, Penn State Extension Tree Fruit Entomologist
  • New Tools for Orchard Weed Control, Dr. Rob Crassweller, Penn State Extension Pomologist
  • Disease Management Considerations for 2017, Dr. Kari Peter, Penn State Extension Tree Fruit Pathologist
  • Debunking Horticultural Myths, Dr. Rob Crassweller, Penn State Extension Pomologist
  • Pear Psylla – the On-Going Battle with an Evolving Pest, Dr. Greg Krawczyk, Penn State Extension Tree Fruit Entomologist
  • Adventures in Apple Chemical Thinning, 2016, Dr. Jim Schupp, Penn State Professor of Pomology and Director, Penn State Fruit Research and Extension Center

The presentations are posted at Penn State Extension Tree Fruit Production.