Oregon and Washington grape growers can still register for the “Building Better Spray Programs for Vineyards” workshop scheduled Tuesday, April 5 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Hood River, Oregon. Registration closes Monday, March 28.
According to a news release, this hands-on workshop is designed to help growers develop a spray program that not only prevents grapevine disease but also manages fungicide resistance. Presented by Washington State University Extension viticulturist Michelle Moyer and her FRAME team from institutions across the U.S., this workshop is an excellent opportunity for vineyard managers seeking to refine their spray programs or those new to developing a spray program.
The workshop qualifies for Oregon and Washington pesticide recertification credits.
For more information and a registration link, go to: framenetworks.wsu.edu/event/frame_oregon.
—by Jonelle Mejica