In this on-demand webinar, Bond McInnes, PhD, reviews the latest conventional and organic methods to treating and preventing the plant diseases most common in fruits and vegetables this spring. This webinar is available on-demand.
Sponsored by: AgBiome
Crops and diseases that affect crop health are dependent on environmental conditions. Understanding these conditions —including temperature, leaf wetness, and sunlight — enables increased productivity through better crop planning and a more targeted approach to pest management. Growers can determine when pest countermeasures are required, when application is most effective, and what the best approach may be.
This webinar will discuss the value NEWA offers growers looking to improve the sustainability of their operations through integrated pest management and the Onset tools that best enable hyper-localization.
Sponsored by: Onset
Hear the latest insights from a panel of experts regarding labor issues, regulations, legislation and navigating H-2A.
Hear the latest insight from a panel of experts regarding labor issues, regulations and navigating H-2A.
Sponsored by: Head Honchos
In this free webinar, you will learn how to align & enhance your existing food processing IT systems and data infrastructures to:
- Manage communications across your entire supply chain
- Navigate evolving information requirements of stakeholders
- Expand the utility and capability of inherited, inflexible software technologies related to data capture & control
Sponsored by: Trimble
See what industry experts had to say about expectations for tart cherry, sweet cherry, apple and blueberry crops across the nation. This webinar is ideal for processors, growers, wholesalers and retailers seeking insight about what to expect for the 2017 growing season. Presenters include Mollie Woods, executive director, Cherry Industry Administrative Board (CIAB); Antonio Leduc, vice chair, Michigan Blueberry Advisory Committee (MBBAC); Mark Seetin, director of regulatory and industry affairs, USApple Association; and Gary Pullano, managing editor, Fruit Growers News. Co-presented with the Michigan Frozen Food Packers Association