2020 Continuing Education Class Series - Napa

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Full series - Farm Bureau member rate PARTIAL APPROVAL - $306.00

10% discount included when signing up for all four classes.

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Full series - non-Farm Bureau member rate PARTIAL APPROVAL - $360.00

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November 12 - Farm Bureau member rate PARTIAL APPROVAL - $85.00

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November 19 - Farm Bureau member rate PARTIAL APPROVAL - $85.00

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A program for Vineyard and Winery licensees, and certificate holders PAC, PCA, QAL, QAC, CCA.

 

Focus on the Floor, Nov. 12

(CE Credits Applied for: 1 hr Laws & Regulations, 4 hrs Other)

Members of soil biome and their contributions to healthy crops, Dr. Cristina Lazcano, University of California Davis

Fumigation alternatives for nematode control, Dr. Johan Desaeger, University of Florida

Cover-crop crimping- practical application in vineyards, Anil Shrestha, Frenso State University

Glyphosate resistance- managing weeds and people, Dr. Scott Steinmaus, California Polytechnic State University

Pesticide label review, Andre Napolitano, Napa County Ag Commissioner's Office

 

 

Coping with Climate Change, Nov. 19

(CE Credits Applied for: 1 hr Laws & Regulations, 4 hrs Other)

Influences of climate change on the phenology of wine grapes, Dr. Elizabeth Wolkovich, University of British Columbia

Regenerative agriculture- farming techniques to preserve the atmoshpere, Dr. David Johnson, New Mexico State University

Effects of global warming on insect pests, Dr. Annette Reineke, Hochschule Geisenheim University

Rising atmosphere CO2 levels and the impacts on syrah, Dr. Michael Treeby, Agriculture Victoria

Common inspection issues, and how to fix them, Jen Borgen, Napa County Ag Commissioner's Office

 

 

Biodiversity as a Component of IPM, Dec. 3

(CE Credits Applied for: 1 hr Laws & Regulations, 4 hrs Other)

Indentifying, measuring and promoting beneficial soil microbes, Dr. Lauren Hale, USDA ARS

Promoting pollinators in vineyards, Dr. Ron Bitner, Pollinator Partnership

Grape grower's guide to beneficial insects/Virginia Creeper advancement in Napa County, Dr. Houston Wilson, University of California Riverside

Barn owl behavior and the implications for vertebrate pest management, Dr. Matt Johnson, Humbolt State University

Review of ag complaint and investigation procedures, Terry Smansky, Napa County Ag Commissioner's Office

 

 

Notable Innovations in Vineyard Pest Management, Dec. 10

(CE Credits Applied for: 1 hr Laws & Regulations, 4 hrs Other)

Use of remote sensors and hyperspectral imagery for disease detection, Dr. Kaitilin Gold, Cornell University

Audible mating disruption to control Blue-green sharpshooters, Dr. Rodrigo Krugner, USDA ARS

Prophylactic remedies for smoke taint, Dr. Wesley Zandberg, University of British Columbia

Automated in-field data collection and AI applications for pest management, Praveen Penmetsa, Monarch Tractor

Review of compliance and enforcement action procedures, John Cooledge, Napa County Ag Commissioner's Office

 

 

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