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July’s Invasive Pest Webinar to Feature Fruit Flies and Their Role in Sour Rot

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After a successful launch on June 3 of the invasive pests webinar series on the spotted lanternfly, the next presentation will feature fruit flies, specifically on their role in causing sour rot. Megan Hall, Assistant Research Professor in Plant Sciences at the University of Missouri, Columbia, will lead this webinar on Thursday, July 2, at noon (PDT).

Sour rot is a disease affecting winegrapes worldwide, caused by yeast, acetic acid bacteria and Drosophila fruit flies. Controlling fruit flies in the vineyard presents a substantial challenge, yet it is the best strategy for preventing sour rot development and spread. Understanding how fruit flies contribute to the sour rot complex will lead to more sustainable management strategies and better control of the disease.

For more information about this and future webinars on invasive pests, visit the ASEV Webinars page. Register today for all the invasive pests webinars. This webinar series is free for ASEV members and $50 per webinar for non-members.

Consider becoming an ASEV member today and get FREE access to this and other webinars in the future.

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ASEV Extension Distinction Award Presentation Set for August 5

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Michelle MoyerThis year’s Extension Distinction Award Presentation, “Land Grants and Grapes: Traditional Approaches for Modern Extension Programs,” will be presented via webinar on Wednesday, August 5, at 9 a.m. (PDT).  Dr. Michelle Moyer is the 2020 Extension Distinction Award recipient. She is a prominent player in the Washington viticulture scene as an extension specialist and an associate professor at the Washington State University’s Department of Horticulture.

Dr. Moyer is currently working on a variety of research and extension projects, which include nematode management, rootstock evaluation and powdery mildew management. She is also investigating fungicide resistance with her work as a project director for a USDA-SCRI-CAP project, titled “FRAME: Fungicide Resistance Assessment, Mitigation and Extension Network for Wine, Table and Raisin Grapes.”

For more information about this presentation and to register, visit the ASEV Webinars page and register today! This presentation is free for ASEV members and $50 for non-members.

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AJEV Best Paper Award Presentations Scheduled This Summer
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Mark your calendars. The 2020 Best Papers authors will be presenting their research this summer. In lieu of the National Conference, the authors will be presenting via a webinar format on the following dates and times:

Thursday, July 30 | 9:00 am – 9:45 am (PDT)

Marc Fuchs Elimination of the Crown Gall Pathogen, Agrobacterium vitis, from Systematically Infected Grapevines by Tissue Culture“(2020 Best Paper Award for Viticulture), presented by Marc Fuchs of Cornell University, New York.

 

Wednesday, August 19 | 9:00 am – 9:45 am (PDT)

Dominik Durner Distribution of Yeast Cells, Temperature and Fermentation By-Products in White Wine Fermentations“(2020 Best Paper Award for Enology), presented by Dominik Durner of Dienstleistungszentrum Ländlicher Raum (DLR) Rheinpfalz, Germany.

Webinars are free to ASEV members and $50 per webinar. For more information visit the ASEV Webinars page or register today!

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ASEV is committed to providing resources for lifelong learning and professional growth. ASEV offers access to decades of peer-reviewed research, videos on-demand, free webinars and discounted fees to ASEV-sponsored professional development events such as the Unified Symposium and the ASEV National Conference. But more importantly, ASEV nurtures future leaders and fosters a professional community. Join us by clicking here or call us at (530) 753-3142. 

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