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Quad-County Walnut Institute

When:
March 9, 2020 all-day
2020-03-09T00:00:00-07:00
2020-03-10T00:00:00-07:00
Where:
Robert J Cabral Center, Stockton
Cost:
Free

Monday, March 9, 2020
Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center, San Joaquin County Extension Office, Evelyn Costa Room
2101 E Earhart Ave. Stockton, CA 95206

  • 7:15 Registration Opens
  • 8:00 Welcome
    • Dr. Kari Arnold, UCCE Orchard and Vineyard Systems Advisor, Stanislaus County
  • 8:05 Commissioner’s Update, Laws and Regulations
    • Tim Pelican, Deputy Agricultural Commissioner/Sealer of Weights and Measures
  • 8:40 Navel Orangeworm Pest Management Survey
    • Dr. Phoebe Gordon, UCCE Orchard Crops Farm Advisor, Madera and Merced County Dr. Houston Wilson, UCCE Tree Crops IPM Specialist
  • 9:05 California Walnut Industry Update
    • California Walnut Commission:
      • Claire Lee, Assistant Director, International Marketing
      • Jennifer Olmstead, Marketing Director, Domestic Public Relations
      • Carl Eidsath, Director, Regulatory and Industry Affairs
  • 9:35 Updates on Flatheaded Borer, Scale and Worm Pests
    • Dr. Jhalendra Rijal, UCCE Area IPM Advisor, Merced, San Joaquin, and Stanislaus Counties
  • 10:05 Break
  • 10:25 Walnut Rootstock Improvement Survey Brief Introduction
    • Dr. Jason Liang, Dept. of Ag. Business, Fresno State
  • 10:30 Research and Field Updates
    • Dr. Kari Arnold, UCCE Orchard and Vineyard Systems Advisor, Stanislaus County
  • 10:45 Walnut Orchard Management Research Updates
    • Dr. Bruce Lampinen, UCCE Pomology Extension Specialist, UC Davis
  • 11:10 Walnut Mold Differs from Botryosphaeria and Phomopsis Blights
    • Dr. Themis Michailides, Plant Pathologist, UC Davis
  • 11:35 Walnut Improvement Program Updates
    • Dr. Pat J. Brown, Associate Professor and Nut Crops Breeder, UC Davis
  • 12:00 Adjourn

2.0 hours of DPR CEU pending

3.0 hours of CCA CEU pending


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