Hops IPM from Greenhouse to Field

May 18, 2017
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Jordan Hall Staff Room and NYSAES Hopyard
West North St., NYS Ag Experiment Station, Geneva, NY 14456

Whether new to hops production or an experienced grower, this is an excellent opportunity for a hands on experience in scouting for hop pests in the field and greenhouse. Participants will learn the basics of where and when to scout as well as pest identification in both a field and lab setting. NYS Pesticide recertification credits have been applied for. For more information contact Tim Weigle at thw4@cornell.edu

AGENDA

6 PM – 6:15 PM Meet in Jordan Hall Staff Room for travel to NYSAES hopyard

6:15 PM – 7:00 PM Scouting techniques for the hopyard – Tim Weigle, NYS IPM Program

In this section, participants will learn the basics of where and when to scout for what pests in a hopyard. They will then break into teams and scout a row of the NYSAES hopyard

7:00 PM – 7:15 PM Travel back to Jordan Hall Staff Room

7:15 PM – 8:00 PM Scouting techniques for the greenhouse and pest identification – Elizabeth Lamb, NYS IPM Program

In this section, participants will have the opportunity to learn some of the techniques used in scouting hop plants in greenhouses and nurseries as well as the pest complex that they might encounter. Samples of diseases and insects, along with dissecting scopes will be available for use during the identification portion of the presentation. Elise Schillo-Lobdell from Plant Keepers and Tim Weigle, NYS IPM Program will assist in this section.

This meeting is part of the grant project “Developing a Sustainable Hops IPM Program for Greenhouse to Harvest” funded by the New York Farm Viability Institute.

2017 Coffee Pot Meetings

  • May 24   10:00AM     Peter Smith Farm                4472 Van Dusen Rd. Lockport, NY
  • May 31   10:00AM     Dan Sprague Farm              12435 Versailles Rd. Irving, NY
  • June 7    10:00AM     Betts’ Farm                            7365 East Route 20 Westfield, NY
  • June 7    3:00PM        Archer Pratz Farm              9318 Lake Rd. North East, PA
  • June 14  10:00AM     Jeff Schultz Farm                 2707 Albright Rd. Ransomville, NY
  • June 14   3:00PM      Orton Farm                            10646 West Main St. Ripley, NY
  • June 21   10:00AM    North East Fruit Growers   2297 Klomp Rd. North East, PA
  • June 21    3:00PM     Kirk Hutchinson Farm        4720 West Main St. Ripley, NY
  • June 28   10:00AM    Peter Loretto Farm               10854 Versailles Plank Rd. North Collins, NY
  • June 28   3:00PM      David Nichols Farm             1906 Ridge Rd. Lewiston, NY
  • July 5     10:00AM    Leo Hans Farm                     10929 West Perrysburg Rd. Perrysburg, NY
  • July 12   10:00AM    Szklenski Farms                    8601 Slade Rd. Harborcreek, PA
  • July 19   10:00AM    Liberty Winery                      2861 Route 20 Sheridan, NY

Virtual Hop IPM Meetings

As part of our New York Farm Viability Institute grant Hops IPM from Greenhouse to Field we are starting biweekly meetings to discuss what is currently happening in hop yards across the state.  We are using Zoom, a distance learning software that will allow you to enter the meeting room using your computer.  There will be no formal agenda other than an update on what IPM practices should be on your radar and then the meeting will be opened up for questions and answers.  These meetings will be a great opportunity to hear about what is happening across the state (depending on who all participate) as well as interact with extension staff and fellow growers.  If you are interested and would like to attend please login using the connection information for the appropriate date and time found below.  We have scheduled the meetings during the lunch hour so you can multitask and participate while you eat. And the best part is you can click in and out at any time.  We will be recording the sessions so if you find you are running out of time you can type in a question and come back to the recording to hear the answer at your convenience.  If you have any questions, please contact Tim Weigle at thw4@cornell.edu.

You can join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

June 5 at Noon  https://cornell.zoom.us/j/981511620

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September 11

LERGP 25 YEARS Summer Conference

Event Offers DEC Credits

August 11, 2017
9:00am-4:00pm
Portland, NY

Come celebrate 25 years with LERGP at the Summer Grower Conference.
More Details to follow!

LERGP Open House

Celebrating 25 years 1992-2017

August 12, 2017
10:00am-3:00pm
Portland, NY

We would like to open our doors to the community and surrounding areas to share what we do here at the Lake Erie Regional Grape Program at the Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory. LERGP is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year and we hope you will be part of it. Stop in to see presentations of our current work and take a tour of the farm.