Morning Brew: : Tree Fruit Pest Management Conversations via Zoom. 6AM, May 24th, 2021

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Hudson Valley Research Laboratory entomologist, Peter Jentsch, friends and guests invite you to join in discussions on Tree Fruit Pest Management from 6-7AM each Monday morning through the season via Zoom. The Zoom meeting site will open at 5:45AM for you to link into the meeting and get your coffee. We’ll start the agenda at 6AM.

Join in or simply listen to whats ahead form the coming week.
* Weather forecasts, tree phenology
* Application windows, pest management scouting, models for predicting management.
* Diseases: Fireblight, Apple Scab, Infection: NEWA Site
* Insect insect life stages & management during petal fall to 1st cover:
* Insects:
1st SWD in Cherry (WNY)
Codling Moth: larval emergence begins
Plum Curculio
Obliquebanded Leafroller larva. Late instar & upcoming adult flight
Black Stem Borer updates
Tarnished Plant Bug, Rosy Apple Aphid
San Jose Scale crawler emergence, Wooly Apple Aphid presence
Dogwood Borer mating disruption options

Beginning Steps…
A. Download Zoom on your computer, pad or phone devise you will use for the meeting.
B. Follow the prompts for software setup.

Meeting steps…
1. Join Zoom Meeting by clicking on or pasting the link into your browser:

Meeting ID: 459 249 0857
Passcode: pQ9St9

2. Or open Zoom software, copy and paste the Meeting ID: 930 4781 5060
Important…The meeting link may change every week as needed. Link on the most updated weekly email blog invitation.

1. Let’s cover the basics of the days agenda, then open the floor for conversation.

2. All microphones will me muted as you enter the Zoom meeting. Please keep your mic muted during the meeting until you’re ready to join the conversation.

When you’re ready to join the conversation, un-mute your microphone and join in.

See you then