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Presentations from Last Week's Botrytis Meeting

For those of you who might have missed it, the presentations of last week's UCCE - CalPoly Strawberry Center are posted here.   Just speaking for the Watsonville event, we had a seriously large SRO crowd that read like a who's who of the industry with lots of enthusiasm with plenty of participation. 

https://strawberry.calpoly.edu/nuts-and-bolts-gray-mold-and-fungicide-resistance-camarillo-watsonville-santa-maria-ca-dec-12-14

Just a side note here, but a good number of people commented to me later on that they really got something out of this single topic format.  I hear you loud and clear, and going forward to will look to do more of these.

 

 

Posted on Thursday, December 21, 2017 at 1:38 PM
Tags: Botrytis (6), meeting (12)

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Commenting on my own blog, but one topic I would love to get some experts to come down and talk to us about would be chill- the physiology of it, the meaning of it to the plant and how to squeeze the most horticultural benefit out of it.  
More later.

Posted by Mark Bolda on December 21, 2017 at 3:18 PM

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