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New England Tree Fruit Management.
latest version: 2009
|Communications and Information Technology, U-35, 1376 Storrs Rd., UCONN, Storrs, CT 06269-4035. (860) 486-3336.|
New England Small Fruit Pest Management
latest version 2008-2009
|Communications and Information Technology, U-35, 1376 Storrs Rd., UCONN, Storrs, CT 06269-4035. (860) 486-3336.||$14.00/copy|
|Integrated Pest Management for Strawberries in the Northeastern United States.||University of Massachusetts Bulletin Distribution Center, Draper Hall, Box 32010, UMASS, Amherst, MA 01003. (413) 545-2717.||$7.00/copy|
Programs and Grower Meetings
(dates and times can be found in the Crop Talk Newsletter or contact Lorraine Los at (860) 486-6449 or by email at Lorraine.Los@uconn.edu.
|Connecticut Pomological Society, Annual meeting||Glastonbury, CT||December|
|Farm Twilight Meetings Usually three per season|
|Connecticut Vegetable and Small Fruit Growers Conference - annual||Vernon, CT. Contact Jude Boucher, Vegetable Crops IPM Program Coordinator for times, dates and additional information. Cooperative Extension System, 24 Hyde Ave., Vernon, CT 06066, (860)875-3331.||January|
|New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference and Trade Show. Bi-annual.||
Radisson Hotel, Manchester, NH
Contact Jude Boucher, Vegetable Crops IPM Coordinator, UCONN. (860) 875-3331.
|Fruit IPM Training Programs||Contact Lorraine Los, Department of Plant Science, University of Connecticut|
|University of Connecticut Integrated Pest Management Program Annual Report to the Connecticut Legislature.|
|Connecticut Issue: Reduction in the Use of Pesticides. Fact sheet. Updated Annually.|
Contact Dr. Ana Legrand, UCONN IPM
Program Coordinator, Department of Plant Science, University of Connecticut.
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