Feb 3, 2022Little Cherry Disease Day will be held Feb. 16
Washington State University (WSU) Extension will host an intensive dive into the latest research and recommended management for X-disease and little cherry disease.
The free 2022 Little Cherry Disease Day will be held Feb. 16 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
About this event
Participants will hear from ear from WSU, Oregon State University, USDA, Washington State Department of Agriculture and industry experts. A facilitated discussion will take place
LOCATION: Kittitas Valley Event Center | 901 E 7th Ave #1, Ellensburg, WA 98926
TIME: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Virtual Attendance: NO registration required. Webinar link for remote viewing is https://wsu.zoom.us/j/93964773635
With the increasing cases of Omicron virtual participation is encouraged.
In order to accommodate folks, we are planning to have the event available simultaneously via webinar.
Virtual participation is encouraged.
In-person participants will be asked to mask and social distance.
Stay home if you are sick.
Vaccine boosters are encouraged.
WSU will provide hand sanitizer at entrances and a limited supply of disposable medical masks/ KN95s on hand for people that have misplaced their own mask.
The wearing of cloth masks, neck gaiters, or bandanas is no longer considered an effective face covering. To mitigate the spread of omicron, the use of a high-quality mask is important. This means at a bi-layer medical-style mask or a KN95 should be worn when indoors.
Check the website before coming for changes to meeting status.
PATHOGEN BIOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION
SCOUTING AND SAMPLING FOR X-DISEASE AND LITTLE CHERRY DISEASE
NEW PROJECTS FOCUSED ON EARLY DETECTION OF LCD
TRANSMISSION AND VECTOR MANAGEMENT
TREE REMOVAL AND REPLANTING
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