Hop production workshops for sprayer calibration and more

UW-Madison Integrated Pest Management specialist Dan Hieder will be speaking at two hop production workshops held in Waterloo and Arkansaw, WI. Both workshops are the same and are titled “Hop Production in Wisconsin: Sprayer Calibration and Proper Pesticide Application.”

Both workshops start at 3:00 pm and are limited to the first 25 registrants at each location. The workshops are part of a larger group of education sessions on Hop and Malting Barley production. The sessions are organized by UW-Extension with funding in 2014 through a SARE, Education and Research Grant.

Speaker: Dan Heider, UW-Madison IPM Outreach Specialist

  • Nozzles Types and Spray Rates
  • Nozzle selection for the pesticide used
  • Calibration of hand sprayers
  • Calibration of air blast sprayers
  • Herbicides and sucker control
  • New Hop pesticide registration process

View the flyer: http://buffalo.uwex.edu/files/2011/01/Hop-Sprayer-Calibration-Workshop.pdf

May 23 -NuSolutionsAgronomy
Dave Buss, N1926 County Road II, Waterloo, WI   https://goo.gl/maps/eYX0U

May 30 –AgDynamicsLLC
Luke Albers, N5988 County Road N, Arkansaw, WI   https://goo.gl/maps/W55Ml

To register, email Carl.duley@ces.uwex.edu or call 608-685-6256

For more info about more barley and hops workshops, visit http://buffalo.uwex.edu/agriculture/barley-and-hops/

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