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2019 Bay Area Fruit School

2019 Bay Area Fruit School - February 22, 2019
Wye Research Education Center Conference Room

  • Welcome/Program Overview
    Michael Newell, Wye Research and Education Center
  • Spotted Winged Drosophilia(SWD)/fungal pathogen interactions and update on the Spotted lanternfly
    Maggie Lewis, Ph.D student, Hambry Lab, UMD Department of Entomology
  • UMD & USDA Focus on Strawberry Flavor
    Kim Lewers, Ph.D, USDA-ARS, Research Geneticist
  • Late-planting of day neutral strawberries using low tunnel and open bed regimes
    Naveen Kumar, Ph.D, UMES, Assistant Professor of Horticulture and Extension Specialist
  • Why herbicides will sometimes fail
    Dave Myers, UME, Principal Agent, Anne Arundel County
  • 2018 Season surprises: Tree fruit soil-borne disease for the grower radar
    Kari Peter, Ph.D, Penn State University, Assistant Research Professor, Tree Fruit Pathology
  • Optimizing tree fruit disease management strategies for a very wet season
    Kari Peter, Ph.D, Penn State University, Assistant Research Professor, Tree Fruit Pathology
  • Drivers of honey bee losses
    Dennis van Engelsdorp, Ph.D, UMD Associate Professor, Department of Entomology
  • Basics of strawberry disease management and late-season fruit rot in grape
    Mengjun Hu, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Small Fruit Pathology, UMD PSLA
  • Pesticide "Hot Topics" for 2019
    Maryland Department of Agriculture Representative
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