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Event Details

Date

August 20, 2019

Time

Tues, 4:30pm registration, 5-7:30pm educational program

Location

Mortellaro & Sons - Red Shop
Elba, NY

Cost

This event is free.

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program

Christy Hoepting
585-721-6953


2019 Elba Muck Onion Twilight Meeting

August 20, 2019

2019 Elba Muck Onion Twilight Meeting

This in-field twilight meeting will feature research highlights presented by Christy Hoepting, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program, and Brian Nault, Dept. of Entomology, Cornell University Agri-Tech:
  • 2019 results from onion thrips research trials including:
    • Insecticide efficacy trials featuring the search for another "hammer"
    • Tour of nitrogen plots
  • Tour of 2019 Big Fat Onion Variety Nitrogen Rot Project, featuring:
    • Late planting of varieties ranging from 95 to 120 days
    • Crop response to nitrogen
    • Effect of variety on bacterial bulb rot
  • What New York onion growers need to know about Allium Leaf Minor as it may effect trade
  • Research highlights from 2019 spring research trials featuring:
    • Effect of GPA on post-emergent weed control and crop tolerance
    • Pro Gro vs. Ever Gol Prime for onion smut control.
1.75 DEC (categories 1a, 10, 23) and CCA credits will be available.

FREE thanks to our meeting sponsors! 7:30 PM dinner included. Rain or shine!

Hosted by Mortellaro & Sons - Red Shop, down second farm lane southeast of Transit Road & Spoilbank Road intersection in Elba muck land (GPS coordinates: Lat: 43.125043; Long.: -78.105712) 

For more information, contact Christy Hoepting.



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