“Lunch and Learn” series of webinars focused on issues, pest and disease updates, and technology of interest for the Colorado wine industry
Looking for new and innovative ways to control fungal disease in your vineyard? Join the CSU Viticulture Extension team and Lexie McDaniel as she explains her work using UVC light exposure as a residue-free alternative to chemical powdery mildew control in Washington vineyards.
The event will be held Virtually and take place on February 2nd from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MT.
Preregistration on Eventbrite is required to receive Zoom log-in information: https://col.st/Tipgp
Registration closes February 2nd at 11:00AM to allow time for delivery of Zoom information.
The email provided to Eventbrite will be the email we will be sending all workshop communications to. Be sure to use an email that is checked regularly.
12:00 PM Attendees join
12:05 PM Quick updates and speaker introduction
12:10 PM Topic of the day
12:45 PM Questions for the speaker
1:00 PM Adjourn
Lexie McDaniel is a Horticultural Ph.D candidate, expected to graduate in July 2023, at WSU research and extension center in Prosser, WA. She is a Washington state native and received her BS in Horticultural Science from Oregon State University in 2017 where she gained an interest in sustainable agriculture. In 2021, Lexie became a recipient of a Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research Fellowship, a program to foster public-private partnerships for innovative agricultural sustainability research. Her Ph.D. research focuses on alternative pest management technologies for grapevine powdery mildew.
For more information on the workshop please contact: Dr. Charlotte Oliver (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Horst Caspari (email@example.com)
Anyone attending this program who requires auxiliary aids or services, please contact Charlotte Oliver at 434-298-7482 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado State University Extension is an equal opportunity provider. | Colorado State University does not discriminate on the basis of disability and is committed to providing reasonable accommodations. | CSU’s Office of Engagement and Extension ensures meaningful access and equal opportunities to participate to individuals whose first language is not English.
Colorado State University Extension es un proveedor que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades. | Colorado State University no discrimina por motivos de discapacidad y se compromete a proporcionar adaptaciones razonables. | Office of Engagement and Extension de CSU garantiza acceso significativo e igualdad de oportunidades para participar a las personas quienes su primer idioma no es el inglés.