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Processing Beets and Carrots Advisory Meeting




Event Details

Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

December 13, 2021

Time

9:00am - 12:00pm

Location

Hybrid format: Join online or in-person

Cost

FREE!

Host

CCE Cornell Vegetable Program and Cornell AgriTech

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8912


Event Registration



All are invited to attend and discuss the 2021 growing season for each crop. Join us online or in-person. Cornell researchers will be on-hand to present an update on their research funded by the NYS Vegetable Research Association & Council. 2.0 DEC credits will be offered in categories 10, 1a, and 23.

AGENDA:
9:00 AM  Meeting Begins

  • Processor Report on the 2021 Beet and Carrot Growing Season
  • Recap of Insect, Disease, and Weed Problems Encountered in Beets and Carrots in 2021 -- Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program
  • Evaluating OMRI-listed Herbicides for Annual Broadleaf and Grass Management in Organic Carrot Production Systems -- Ethan Grundberg, CCE Eastern NY Commercial Horticulture Program and Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell
  • Carrot and Weed Responses to Zidua, Nortron, and Goaltender on Muck Soils -- Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell
  • Warrant and UltraBlazer Injury in Table Beets as Affected by Crop Size at Application -- Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell and Alan Taylor, Cornell
  • Impacts of Electrical Weeding on Beet Injury and Vegetation Suppression -- Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell
  • Manipulating Carrot Growth Through Plant Growth Regulators -- Sean Murphy, Cornell and Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell
  • Management of Table Beet Growth and Health Through Plant Growth Regulators -- Sean Murphy, Cornell and Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell
  • Update on Rhizoctonia Root Rot Research in Table Beets -- Eric Branch, Cornell 
  • Update on Foliar Disease Forecasting and Management in Table Beets -- Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell
  • Group Discussion Period and Review Priorities -- moderated by Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

12:00 PM DEC and CCA Credit sign-out and Meeting Adjourn


The meeting is free of charge. Pre-registration is required for both the online and in-person meeting.

COVID-19 Statement: Face coverings will be required at all times at the in-person meeting to adhere to Cornell Regional Ag Team meeting COVID-19 guidelines. We will follow all other state, local, and venue guidelines at the time of the meeting.



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