New Breakthroughs in Thrips and Botrytis Management: A Special Presentation at Cultivate ‘23

This summer marks an exciting milestone in our Thrips and Botrytis Campaign as we unveil our extensive results and insights to the industry.

As part of this release, we cordially invite you to join us at Cultivate on Monday, July 17, from 10:30 – 11:30 am for a special presentation of some of our findings. Titled “Effective Management of Thrips and Botrytis,” this session will feature practical takeaways from leading researchers, Dr. Jim Faust of Clemson University and Dr. Rose Buitenhuis of Vineland Research and Innovation Centre. You’ll be introduced to cutting-edge discoveries and optimal strategies for managing and controlling thrips and botrytis in your operation. We’ll also delve into the essential topics of fungicide resistance and the use of biological controls.

This unique opportunity connects you directly with industry experts and includes a Q&A session. Following the presentation, resources will be provided for your reference. We look forward to welcoming you to this important discussion!

Additionally, consider joining us for “The Driving Forces of Floriculture: Sustainability Roundtable” at Cultivate on Tuesday, July 18th, from 8:00 to 9:00 AM. The roundtable will be lead by Dr. Melinda Knuth and Amanda Solliday and feature AFE’s new Sustainability Project

Stay tuned for the July issue of GrowerTalks where we will share more of our Thrips and Botrytis research. In the meantime, here are some other GrowerTalks resources featuring some other AFE-funded topics and researchers: