Fire Blight Control in Organic Pome Fruit Systems Under the Proposed Non-antibiotic Standard

Organic Agriculture March 15, 2012|Print

About the webinar

The National Organic Program has proposed a 2014 phase out of antibiotics from the approved a materials list for control of fire blight in apple and pear. A effective systems approach to fire blight management without antibiotics will be presented.

Dr. Ken Johnson is Professor of Plant Pathology at Oregon State University, Corvallis. At OSU, he teaches plant pathology and has researched fire blight control for over 20 years.

Slides from the webinar as a pdf handout

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Title: Organic Pome Fruit Systems: Fire Blight Control under the Proposed Non-Antibiotic Standard
Date: Tuesday March,13, 2012
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM EST

 

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