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NYS Processing Vegetable Industry Roundtable Meeting

Processing vegetable industry members who grow, manage, or support crop production for Nortera, Seneca Foods and/or Love Beets, should attend this roundtable meeting. Attendees that stay for the full day will:

  • Network at this in-person meeting.
  • Learn the results of industry-funded research.
  • Have a voice in Cornell research and extension.
  • Earn 4.0 DEC pesticide applicator and 5.0 CCA recertification credits

This FREE event includes lunch! For more information about this meeting, email Julie Kikkert or call 585-313-8160.






Event Details

Morning Session: All Processing Crops
Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

March 15, 2023

Time

9:00 am - 12:15 pm

Location

First United Methodist Church
8221 Lewiston Rd (Route 63)
Batavia, NY 14020

Cost

FREE!

This FREE event includes lunch immediately following the Morning Session.

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8160


Morning Session: All Processing Crops



Morning Session: All Processing Crops

MORNING SESSION AGENDA (9:00 am - 12:15 pm)

Registration and Sign-Up for DEC and CCA credits for AM Session (2.0 DEC credits in categories 1a, 10, 23, and 3.0 CCA recertification credits)

Welcome - Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

Industry Roundtable - Moderated by Stephen Reiners, Cornell

Corn Earworm Monitoring and Control in Sweet Corn, and Snap Bean Seed Treatments for Better Insect Control Brian Nault, Cornell

Nitrogen on Snap Beans - Is More Better? - Stephen Reiners, Cornell

What's all the Squawking About? Data from Laser Scarecrows and Bird Gard Devices in Processing Sweet Corn Fields - Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

Drone-based Precision Agriculture: An Update on Harvest Scheduling and Yield & Disease Forecasting on Beans and Beets - Jan van Aardt, Rochester Institute of Technology  

Weed Management Updates: Regulatory Issues and Novel Weed Control Technology on the Horizon - Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell

ADJOURN Morning Session and distribute DEC credit sheets


This FREE event includes lunch immediately following the Morning Session. Register now to guarantee lunch.

LUNCH BREAK & NETWORKING (12:15 PM to 1:00 PM)





Event Details

Lunch Break and Networking

Date

March 15, 2023

Time

12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Cost

FREE!

Lunch is provided to anyone attending either the Morning or the Afternoon Session. Registration required.

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8160


Lunch Break and Networking



Lunch is FREE to anyone attending either the Morning Session or the Afternoon Session of the NYS Processing Vegetable Industry Roundtable Meeting. Registration is required.





Event Details

Afternoon Session: Beets and Carrots
Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

March 15, 2023

Time

1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

First United Methodist Church
8221 Lewiston Rd (Route 63)
Batavia, NY 14020

Cost

FREE!

This FREE event includes lunch preceding this session (at 12:15 pm).

Host

Cornell Vegetable Program

Julie Kikkert
585-313-8160


Afternoon Session: Beets and Carrots



Afternoon Session: Beets and Carrots

LUNCH BREAK & NETWORKING (12:15 PM to 1:00 PM)


AFTERNOON SESSION AGENDA (1:00 PM to 3:00 PM)

Sign-Up for DEC and CCA credits for PM Session (2.0 DEC credits in categories 1a, 10, 23, and 2.0 CCA recertification credits)

Beet and Carrot Roundtable - Moderated by Stephen Reiners, Cornell.

Results of Electrical Weeding in Beets and Other Weed Management Topics for Beet/Carrot Growers - Lynn Sosnoskie, Cornell

Potential for Gibberellic Acid 3 to Manipulate Table Beet and Carrot Growth and Yield Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell

Optimizing Control of Cercospora Leaf Spot with Improved Scouting and Disease Forecasting - Sarah Pethybridge, Cornell

Wrap-up Discussion - Moderated by Julie Kikkert, CCE Cornell Vegetable Program

ADJOURN Afternoon Session and distribute DEC credit sheets



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Upcoming Events

Asparagus Variety Trial Open House

May 23, 2024
Batavia, NY

Come see 10 varieties of asparagus! The trial includes new releases, purple, frost avoidant, and expanded disease-resistant varieties. Compare the performance of asparagus planted from home-raised seedlings vs crowns. Participate in a weed control discussion and pick the brains of growers and industry reps!

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This workshop is intended for mushroom producers and those considering mushroom production. Hosted by CCE Wyoming County, the workshop includes a tour and discussion of Flat #12 Mushrooms production process, from substrate to sales, including their food safety plan creation, implementation, and the audit process. Alternative production methods will also be discussed.

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