NEWA: What is it? How to use it as a pest management tool for grapes. Tim Weigle, Grape IPM Specialist, will present this talk tomorrow, Thursday afternoon, Feb 12, at the Grape Grower Session, Hudson Valley Winter Fruit School. The fruit school is happening right now at the Best Western Plus (formerly Garden Plaza Hotel of Kingston), 503 Washington Avenue, Kingston, NY.
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