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Event Details

Date

September 26, 2017

Time

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location

Goodman Farms
3701 Braley Rd
Ransomville, NY 14131

Cost

This event is free.

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program

Darcy Telenko
716-697-4965


Pickle Variety Twilight Meeting

September 26, 2017

Pickle Variety Twilight Meeting

Vegetable growers are invited to tour an on-farm plot of early generation Cornell downy mildew resistant pickle breeding lines. Dr. Michael Mazourek, Professor of Plant Breeding, and lab members, will be on-site to walk growers through the plot and review plant selections. All growers that attend will be an integral part of helping make selections for the next generation of pickle varieties released!

In addition, Extension Vegetable Specialist, Darcy Telenko, will review the results from her 2-year trial evaluating organic control options for downy mildew in cucumber. Dr. Christine Smart, Professor of Plant Pathology, will also be joining the event to talk about her research projects and answer further questions on the management of downy mildew in cucurbits or other diseases of concern in vegetables. The use of the disease forecast warning systems (Cucurbit Downy Mildew PIPE) will also be discussed. Information will be provided for both conventional and organic growers at all levels of expertise.

Growers that attend will be able to provide feedback on the pickling breeding lines to guide the downy mildew resistant pickle breeding program. Growers will be encouraged to actively participate, and ask questions.

This event is FREE! Light refreshments will be provided.

For more information, contact Darcy Telenko.




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