Join us for a taco dinner and a mid-season agronomic update from Elaine Roddy, OMAFRA Vegetable Crop Specialist and Rachel Riddle, University of Guelph Research Technician. Then, explore the impact of volume, droplet size and boom height on cucumber spray coverage with Dr. Jason Deveau, OMAFRA Application Technology Specialist. Attendees will participate in a group discussion as they are guided through the field to see which sprayer settings had the biggest impact on coverage using black lights and fluorescent dye. Space is limited, so register now.
8:00 pm -10:00 pm on July 11th (July 12th rain date will be announced if required)
Froese Vegetables Inc., 56618, Calton Line, RR#1; Vienna, ON N0J 1Z0
To reserve your spot contact Rachel Riddle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendance will be capped at 20 people.
We will create a waiting list, so please let us know if you cannot attend.
This is a free event thanks to support from Belchim Crop Protection Canada
7:30: We will start at 8:00 sharp so plan to arrive and settle in before then
8:00: Tacos and drinks from the Countryside Farmer’s Market and a welcome from Dan Froese (host) and Ron Mueller (Belchim)
8:15: Update – Elaine Roddy
8:30: Update – Rachel Riddle
8:45: Introduction to sprayer settings and coverage – Jason Deveau
9:15: Attendees guided into the field to explore / discuss coverage
10:00: You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here
Thanks to Froese Vegetables Inc. for agreeing to host this event and to Belchim Crop Protection Canada for sponsoring the meal.