Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is offering a two-day, in-depth fruit school: “Precision Crop Load Management and Plant Growth Regulator Use in Apples.” The event will be held on March 26 and 27 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Syracuse in East Syracuse, New York.
The cost is $100. The registration deadline is March 19.
According to a news release, fruit industry leaders will learn about advances in precision orchard management and explore the future use of computer-aided vision and robotics to precisely manage crop load.
In addition to Cornell speakers, the meeting will feature invited scientists from Washington State University, Pennsylvania State University and Michigan State University. Industry representatives from MOOG, Valent BioSciences and AgroFresh will also participate.
For more information, visit bit.ly/indepthFruitSchool