BUFFALO, Minn. — The University of Minnesota Extension will be hosting a Fruit and Vegetable production workshop focused on pests, diseases, and pollinators. This workshop is being offered as a live virtual workshop on April 7th from 1:30 – 4:30 in the afternoon.
This is a free workshop. To gain access into the virtual classroom you must pre – register at z.umn.edu/veg. If you are interested in attending the workshop but cannot attend at that time you must also pre – register. The workshop will be recorded and those that pre – register will be sent the recording link after the live virtual workshop takes place.
We have three great presenters lined up:
Annie Klodd, Extension Educator – Fruit Production, will discuss the use of exclusion netting to deal with Spotted Wing Drosophila.
Natalie Hoidal, Extension Educator – Vegetable Production, will walk us through disease prevention.
University of Minnesota Apiculture Technician, Gary Reuter, will present on mutually beneficial habitats for pollinators and your vegetable or fruit fields.
To register go to z.umn.edu/veg or email Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have further questions about the event please reach out to Adam Austing, Extension Educator in agriculture and horticulture for Wright County, at email@example.com or 763-682-7381.
— Adam Austing, University of Minnesota Extension
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