The clinic will start on Monday afternoon, March 13 with pruning demonstrations for blueberries and high density apples. In the evening we’ll focus on two invasive insect pests and a suite of canker diseases in blueberries.
On Tuesday, March 14, we focus on apples with talks on thinning, nitrogen and calcium, apple scab, and codling moth. We’ll also learn more about table grapes as a possible option for Bayfield fruit growers.
For further information on the program and registration you may contact us at 715-373-6104.
Registration is due on or before March 10.
There is a registration fee required for each day: $15.00 per person for Monday, March 13th (includes appetizers) and $10.00 per person for Tuesday, March 14th (includes break food).
You may Register and Pay on-line. There is a small processing fee charged. or
You may download 2017 Fruit Growers Clinic Registration Form (pdf), print it, fill it out and return with your payment to Bayfield County UW-Extension Office
For more information you may download the Fruit Growers Clinic 2017-Brochure (pdf) which also includes a registration form.