A tailgate meeting covering navel orangeworm monitoring and mating disruption has been set for Wednesday, March 22, near Escalon. The 2-hour session starts at 8:30 a.m.
The location is 3.6 miles east of Escalon. Heading east on Highway 120, turn left at Victory Avenue and drive about 1.3 miles. The site will be on the left. Look for the field meeting sign. The location is between Victory Avenue and Henry Road.
The program will include:
- An overview of the Almond Pest Management Alliance Grant Program.
- An overview on mating disruption of NOW in almonds and walnuts.
- Displays of NOW monitoring tools and mating disruption products
The event is sponsored by UC Cooperative Extension and the California Department of Pesticide Regulation.
CDPR and CCA continuing education credits have not been requested.
For more info call 661 868-6200.