Establishing A Slender Spindle Organic Orchard Cropping System.
Organic European and Asian Pear Production
Thursday, Sept. 10, 2015 from 4:00-6:30pm
Hudson Valley Research Laboratory,
3357 US Hwy 9W, Highland, NY
Dr. David Rosenberger, Emeritus Tree Fruit Pathologist
Dr. Gemma Reig Cordoba, Horticulturalist
Peter Jentsch, Entomologist
Organic Growers Pete Talafaro & Steve Clarke
• Organic tree fruit disease management
• Slender-spindle orchard establishment, training and pruning
• IPM in organic tree fruit production systems
Mature, scab resistant apple varieties from the Purdue, Rutgers, Illinois (PRI) breeding program will be available for tasting.
Tree fruit growers are encouraged to bring and share their favorite apples varieties harvested this season.
Registration is required by September 8th.
Call 845.691.7151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up.
Only 55 participants will be accepted on a first come registration basis.
Tax deductible donations to support Regional University Based Ag. Research can be made to the Hudson Valley Research Laboratory, Inc.
This program is sponsored by the Hudson Valley Research Laboratory, Cornell University, Cornell Cooperative Extension and Local Economies Project.