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2023 Winter Cut Flower Webinar Series
Cornell Cooperative Extension and the Regional Capital Area Agriculture & Horticulture Program are pleased to present the 2023 Winter Cut Flower Webinar Series, online via Zoom on Tuesdays from January 10 to February 14, 2023.
Cost: For residents of the of the CAAHP area (Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Washington Counties), the cost is $15 per session or $75 for all sessions. For residents of all other areas, $20 per session and $100 for all sessions. Pesticide application credits are available, Categories: 1A, 3A, 3C, 24 & 25.
Registration/information: https://caahp.ccext.net/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=166, or (518)email@example.com. Program questions, Jingjing Yin, (518)firstname.lastname@example.org.
Session 1: 1/10/2023, Margery Daughtrey and Dr. Bill Miller, Cornell University
1:00 PM Cutting Out Cut Flower Diseases (pesticide credits available)
2:00 PM Stump the Professor (Bring All Your Bulb Questions!)
Session 2: 1/17/2023, Dr. Elizabeth Lamb and Dr. Amara Dunn, NYS Integrated Pest Management
1:00 PM Promoting Biological Control in Cut Flower Production (pesticide credits available)
2:00 PM What Are Biopesticides? Should I Be Use Them on My Cut Flowers? (pesticide credits available)
Session 3: 1/24/2023, Dianna Stanton, USDA NRCS and Hannah Volpi, Owner, Operator of Foxi Flora
2:00 PM USDA-NRCS High Tunnel Initiative
2:45 PM Choosing the Right Cut Flowers for Your Farm
Session 4: 1/31/2023, Crystal Stewart-Courtens, ENYCHP and Dr. Melanie Stock, Utah State University
1:00 PM Tarping and Soil Health
2:00 PM Tunnels Low to High: Maximizing Season Extension for Cut Flowers
Session 5: 2/7/2023, Daniel Gilrein, CCE Suffolk County and Dave Dowling, Ball ColorLink
1:00 PM Cut Flowers: Pests Love Them Too! (pesticide credits available)
2:00 PM New Cut Flower Varieties to Grow
Session 6: 2/14/2023, Lindsey Pashow, Harvest NY and Dr. Jingjing Yin, CAAHP Horticulture Educator
1:00 PM Ways to Market and Diversify Your Cut Flower Operations
2:00 PM Optimizing Irrigation Water Quality in Tunnels