2020 Fruit & Veg Conference, The Desmond Conference Center 660 Albany Shaker Road Albany, NY 12211

2020 Fruit & Veg Conference

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Two full days of informative sessions, many of which will offer DEC credits.

When registering, please be sure to choose the correct cost option depending on your enrollment status with Eastern NY Commercial Horticulture and whether you will be attending one day or two.

Walk-in registration rates will be as follows (pre-registration rates can be found to the right):

ENYCHP Enrollee single day: $70
Non-enrollee single day: $90
ENYCHP Enrollee 2-day: $125
Non-enrollee 2-day: $165

Lodging: Individual guests may call The Desmond directly at 518-869-8100 (or 800-448-3500) to book rooms at the discounted rate of $115.00 per night. Reservations must be received no later than February 9, 2020 to get the discounted rate. When requesting a room, guests may refer to the “Eastern NY Fruit & Vegetable Conference Room Block” or by referencing Block Code: FVG.

2020 Fruit & Veg Conference credits are as follows:

Tree Fruit – Day 1 morning – 2.0 credits in categories 1a, 10, 22
Tree Fruit – Day 1 afternoon – 2.25 credits in categories 1a, 10, 22
FSMA – Day 1 all day – 2.0 credits for 10, 1a, 23
Grapes – 2.25 credits in categories 1a, 10, 22
Berries – 2.75 credits in categories 1a, 10, 22
Veg – Day 2 morning – 1.50 credits in categories 1a, 10, 23
Veg – Day 2 afternoon – 2.00 credits in categories 1a, 10, 23
Hemp – 1.75 credits in categories 10 and 1a; 1.25 credits in categories 21, 24

About Peter J Jentsch

Peter J. Jentsch serves the mid-Hudson Valley pome fruit, grape and vegetable growers as the Senior Extension Associate in the Department of Entomology for Cornell University’s Hudson Valley Laboratory located in Highland, NY. He provides regional farmers with information on insect related research conducted on the laboratory’s 20-acre research farm for use in commercial and organic fruit and vegetable production. Peter is a graduate of the University of Nebraska with a Masters degree in Entomology. He is presently focusing on invasive insect species, monitoring in the urban environment and commercial agricultural production systems throughout the state
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