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Northeast Cider Apple Project

Event date/time: 
Tuesday, March 22, 2022 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Event Type: 

A Zoom meeting hosted by Dr. Terence Bradshaw of the University of Vermont.

Dr. Bradshaw and collegues will provide updates on the Northeast Cider Apple Project.

-Precision crop load management (spur pruning) to prevent biennialism in Honeycrisp can be tedious and time consuming. Dr. Renae Moran will describe her method for counting buds, how to tell if they are fruit buds or leaf buds, and whether or not this pruning technique works.

-Dr. Terence Bradshaw will discuss the present market for cider apples and considerations for maintaining profitability while growing cider fruit.

-Elizabeth Garofalo and Dr. Jaime Piñero will share IPM insights form cider appl observations.


12:00 pm  Attendees admitted from waiting room. 

12:05 pm Presentation(s) begins (1 hour)  

12:55 pm Question & Answer with presenter and meeting host(s). 

1:20 pm questions and evaluation. 

1:30 pm End.

Speaker(s) / Instructor(s): 
Dr. Terence Bradshaw, Assistant Professor, University of Vermont
How to Participate: 

Registration is required. Please note, there are no pesticide credits offered for this session.

This session will be recorded and posted to the Cider Chick YouTube chanel. 

To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in this program, please contact Terence Bradshaw at (802)-922-2591 by 03/01/2022 so we may assist you.

Contact's name: 
E. Garofalo
Contact's email: 
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