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2022 Idaho Association of Plant Protection
November 2, 2022 @ 12:30 pm - November 3, 2022 @ 12:00 pm$30.00
Idaho Association of Plant Protection 2022 Annual Meeting
Wednesday, November 2 at 1:00 pm to Thursday, November 3 at 12:00 pm.
Best Western Inn and Convention Center, Burley, Idaho
You are invited to attend the 2022 annual meeting of the Idaho Association of Plant Protection in Burley, ID, at the Best Western Inn & Convention Center. The conference will cover all aspects of plant protection including entomology, nematology, weed science, and plant pathology. A total of 6 ISDA pesticide recertification credits and 6 CCA credits (5 Pest Management and 1 Crop Management) are available.
Registration begins at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday and the program will begin at 1:00 p.m. Registration costs $30.00 and can be made by check or cash. Credit card payments can be made at the door but will be assessed a 6% processing fee. If you need to pay by credit card before the meeting, please contact Jeff Miller at [email protected]. Online registrations will close Tuesday, November 1.
Hotel reservations must be made on your own. Special hotel rates have been negotiated for the participants: $82.00 per night for the Burley Inn (www.burleyinn.com or 208-678-3501) and $62.00 for the Budget Motel nearby (www.burleybudgetmotel.com or 208-678-2200).
|IAPP 2022 Agenda|
|Wednesday, November 2nd|
|1:00||Welcome & 2022 year in review||Bill Buhrig|
|1:20||Collaborative work on Potato Cyst Nematodes||Jonathan Whitworth|
|1:40||Effect of irrigation management on powdery scab and PMTV development||Jeff Miller|
|2:00||Quantitative genetic study for late blight, early blight, and verticillium wilt resistances in a tetraploid mapping population derived from late blight resistant ‘Palisade Russet’||Jae Park|
|2:20||Potato Sprout Control- Past, Present and Future||Nora Olsen|
|2:40||Potatoes and CO2: facts you need to know||Gustavo Teixeira|
|3:20||Late season bulking and bruise susceptibility of Clearwater Russet potatoes||Rabecka Hendricks|
|3:40||Mineral oils for PVY protection in the PNW: Updates and future directions||Kelie Yoho|
|4:00||Alternative methods to initiate sprouting in potatoes to facilitate PVY testing||Nathan Gelles|
|4:20||Blackspot bruise and Fusarium dry rot susceptibility in new potato varieties||Lynn Woodell|
|4:40||A review of why onion growers utilizing drip irrigation have reported issues in the row nearest the drip tape||Deron Beck|
|Thursday, November 3rd|
|8:00||Sugar beet host associated factors contributing to resistance against Beet curly top virus (BCTV)||Raj Majumdar|
|8:20||Beet leafhopper populations in Idaho and the Beet curly top virus strains they vector||Carl Strausbaugh|
|8:40||Plant diagnostic update 2022||Woodhall|
|9:00||Survey of kochia escapes in sugar beet, BMPs, & updates on waterhemp and Palmer Amaranth introduction into Idaho||Albert Adjesiwor|
|9:20||Managing Foliar Diseases of Sugar Beets||Hayden Woods|
|9:40||Mass trapping or attract-and-kill of sugar beet root maggot (SBRM) flies||Beck Akhiwu|
|10:20||Developing a board game about integrated pest management, concepts and futures expansions||Jason Thomas|
|10:40||Univ. of Idaho Extension IPM Website redesign||Desiree Wickwar|
|11:00||Repeated weed exposure influenced the competitive ability of wheat||Albert Kwarteng|
|11:20||Foliar and trunk diseases of grapevines in Idaho||Madeline Kinnear|
|11:40||Diversity and pathogenicity of bacteria recovered from onion bulbs in the Treasure Valley||Benjamin Wood|