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Seminar video: New Developments in Municipal Arboriculture

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, New Developments in Municipal Arboriculture,  with Jeanne Grace, Ithaca City Forester, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Invaders on our doorstep: Spotted lanternfly biology and management

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Invaders on our doorstep: Spotted lanternfly biology and management,  with Betsy Lamb, NYS Integrated Pest Management Program, it is available online.


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Additional information from Betsy:

Based on some questions in the seminar, I looked for additional information on spotted lanternfly.  The information on native range seems to vary quite a bit, including where it was found and when, and the temperature range .  I’ve included some references here for anyone interested in learning more.

University of Florida Entomology and Nematology page on spotted lanternfly

From Lifecycle section of Wikipedia entry on spotted lanternfly:

Some researchers believe that a severe cold interval is required for the eggs to develop past a certain point, however this has not yet been confirmed.[11] Testing has been done to determine how overwintering affects the eggs of the species. The minimum temperature that will kill eggs was estimated by South Korean researchers to be between −12.7 and −3.4°C (9.1 and 25.9°F) on the basis of mean daily temperatures during their winter of 2009/2010.[15] This estimate contrasts with eggs having survived the much colder winter 2013/14 temperatures in Pennsylvania, United States.[16] Another study done in South Korea suggested that -25°C is about the temperature in which no eggs are hatched, while 15°C still had limited hatching, depending upon how long they were chilled and where they were kept.[17]

Seminar video: Deploying consumer-driven breeding strategies in leafy Brassicas

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Deploying consumer-driven breeding strategies in leafy Brassicas,  with Hannah Swegarden, PhD candidate, Graduate Field of Horticulture, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Preserving the Future: the National Collection of Tart Cherry, Grape, and Apple in Geneva, NY

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Preserving the Future: the National Collection of Tart Cherry, Grape, and Apple in Geneva, NY,  with Benjamin Gutierrez, USDA-ARS, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Agricultural Workforce Outlook: How Demographics, Technology, and Markets are Transforming Farm Labor

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Agricultural Workforce Outlook: How Demographics, Technology, and Markets are Transforming Farm Labor,  with Agricultural Workforce Specialist Richard Stup, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Woody plant ornamental breeding

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Woody plant ornamental breeding,  with Todd West, North Dakota State University, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Developing an Integrated Approach to Manage Agricultural Weeds

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Developing an Integrated Approach to Manage Agricultural Weeds, with Bryan Brown, NYSIPM Program, it is available online.


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Seminar video: The Strawberry Special: An in-depth look at strawberry quality when comparing between growing practices in New York State

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, The Strawberry Special: An in-depth look at strawberry quality when comparing between growing practices in New York State, with Anya Osatuke, Graduate Field of Horticulture Master’s student, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Biodiversity in the Concrete Jungle…

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Biodiversity in the Concrete Jungle: Ecology, Management and Design for Plant Diversity , with Myla Aronson, Rutgers University, it is available online.


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Seminar video: Connecting Dots: Working within Urban Food Systems to Support Agricultural Producers

If you missed Monday’s Horticulture Section seminar, Connecting Dots: Working within Urban Food Systems to Support Agricultural Producers, with Kim Vallejo, NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets, it is available online.


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