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Vineyard Scouting Workshop
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Garnier Vineyard, Mosier, OR
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Join us for a full-day, hands-on workshop on various components of disease, insect pest, and vine nutrition monitoring. Five modules are designed to give you practical information to help hone your vineyard scouting skills and increase your knowledge of plant health and protection from economically important and emerging pests. The modules will include new and regionally important information based on research findings from OSU, USDA-ARS and WSU. For more detail, click here.
Presenters: Karen Keller-Virologist, USDA-ARS; Michelle Moyer-WSU Viticulture Extension Specialist; Walt Mahaffee-Research Plant Pathologist, USDA-ARS; Jay Pscheidt-OSU Extension Plant Pathology Specialist; Paul Schreiner-Plant Physiologist, USDA-ARS; Patty Skinkis- OSU Viticulture Extension Specialist; Vaughn Walton- Entomologist, OSU; Inga Zasada-Nematologist,USDA-ARS
Registration is required in advance to ensure that adequate materials are available. Space is limited to allow greater interaction with presenters in this hands-on workshop. A boxed lunch, handouts, printed publications, and scouting tools (magnifying loupe and mini-microscope) will be provided as part of registration fees.
Registration closed. Registration capped at 60 participants.
No late or on-site registration will be allowed!
Additional Information for participants:
• The program will be held completely outdoors and will require that participants are dressed appropriately for the weather. The show will go on, rain or shine!
• This event qualifies participants for OR and/or WA pesticide recertification credits.
• Workshop participants should not bring any diseased/compromised plant materials, insects or pests for ID by presenters as this is being held in a commercial vineyard and we want to ensure no spread of pests.
This program is brought to you by OSU Viticulture Extension, WSU Viticulture & Enology Extension, USDA-ARS and the Oregon Wine Research Institute.