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Ag Issues
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Ag Issues

12/20/2017

Gettysburg, PA

Free
Learning sessions on issues of importance to the agricultural community, including workforce development, food safety, environmental stewardship, and consumer literacy. More
Small Fruit & Vegetable Meeting
Small Fruit & Vegetable Meeting - Workshops Workshops

Small Fruit & Vegetable Meeting

Multiple Options Available

$10.00
Join us for for pesticide updates and to learn about pest issues in small fruits and vegetables. More
Food Safety Modernization Act: Produce Grower Certification Training
Food Safety Modernization Act: Produce Grower Certification Training - Workshops Workshops
$150.00
Fruit and vegetable growers will learn about the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule, Good Agricultural Practices, and co-management of natural resources and food safety. More
Commercial Tree Fruit School
Commercial Tree Fruit School - Workshops Workshops

Commercial Tree Fruit School

Multiple Options Available

From: $30.00

To: $40.00

The Commercial Tree Fruit School is designed to give commercial tree fruit growers the latest research-based information on a variety of topics. More
Satsuma plum in bloom. Photo: T. Baugher
“Spring” Weather in February - News News
While I panicked in February, the warm March weather slowed flower development and as it turned out, March was colder than February. More
Excessive vigor leads to poor calcium levels. Photo: Rob Crassweller
A Look Back on 2016 and Calcium Problems - News News
We heard and saw many problems with calcium deficiencies in commercial orchards this past year. More
Mowing the sudex cover crop at the blueberry site at Five Elements Farm. The sudex was sown to compete against weeds, and was incorporated to add organic matter to the soil. Photo by J. Bozzelli.
Adding Small Fruits to Your Small Farm - News News
On a recent trip to a wholesale marketing cooperative, the manager explained how she is always looking for more fruit from her growers. More
Photo: Tara Baugher, Penn State
Carbohydrate Model Run for April 20, 2017 - News News
Warm weather this past weekend pushed apple flower development, and growers will be looking for windows of opportunity for the application of chemical thinners. More
Photo: T. Baugher, Penn State
Carbohydrate Model Results for May 30, 2017 - News News
This is the last run of the season. I suspect that fruit size is or soon will be too large to provide adequate response to thinner application. More
Frost crevices on Ginger Gold. Photo: R. Crassweller
Carbohydrate Model Results for May 22, 2017 - News News
Today most sites were calling for thinner application at your standard rates. More
Photo: R. Crassweller, Penn State
Carbohydrate Model Results for May 19, 2017 - News News
We finally experienced some warmer temperatures where the true PGR materials are more effective. More
Photo: R. Crassweller, Penn State
Carbohydrate Model Results for May 15, 2017 - News News
Over the weekend most sites showed a positive balance of carbohydrates, meaning trees were less responsive to applications of chemical thinners. More
8mm fruit size in Erie on May 11, 2017. Photo: R. Crassweller, Penn State
Carbohydrate Model Results for May 12, 2017 - News News
One veteran pomologist made the comment that “something unique will occur every year that you did not ever experience before.” This year seems to bear out that axiom. More
Photo: R. Crassweller, Penn State
Cornell Carbohydrate Model Variability - News News
The reliability of the Cornell carbohydrate thinning model forecast is dependent on weather forecasts. More
Apple flowers, 2016. Photo: Rob Crassweller, Penn State
Cornell Carbohydrate Model Results for April 26, 2017 - News News
Cloudy, warm weather may result in a greater tree response to chemical thinners this week. More
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