Category Archives: Grapes
PhD candidate Elizabeth Cieniewicz and plant pathology Professor Marc Fuchs discuss their research looking at the virus associated with Red Blotch Disease, how it spreads among vines, and the implications for management.
“A variety of crops in Canada including vegetables, berries, fruits, cucurbits, clover, and crops grown for seed, depend on pollinators.”
Extended until Friday, Dec. 7th. Please take time to fill out the Canadian Ag HR Council (CAHRC) #AgriLMI Survey today. We need to get new numbers for producers to explain how hard it is to find the skilled workers you … Continue reading
Airblast 101 is teaming up with the Grower Pesticide Safety Course this year for 5 courses. Learn about pesticide safety practices specific to airblast application, while earning your pesticide safety certification. Sign up and receive a free copy of Airblast … Continue reading
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With the warm weather this week, MALB are starting to show up in higher numbers. We are looking for sites with lots of MALB to collect for a research project (or field trial if there are enough MALB).
The newly revised Publication 360, Fruit Crop Protection Guide for 2018-19 is now available from Service Ontario, order no. 109188, price $20.00.