2022 Wisconsin

Fresh Fruit & Vegetable

January 23-25, 2022  |  Wisconsin Dells, WI

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Amaya Atucha is an associate professor in the department of Horticulture and a Fruit Crop Specialist with Division of Extension at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research program focuses on crop physiology and production of small fruits and cold climate grapes. Her extension program delivers up to date, research-based information to growers to improve production practices of fruit crops in Wisconsin.
2022 Session Descriptions
What Happened this Year? - Physiology of Flower Induction and Differentiation:

Soil & Tissue Sampling to Determine Nutrient Needs:

Plastic Mulches Reduce Spotted Wing Drosophila Infestation and Increases Fruit Quality in Fall Bearing Raspberry:

MN1220 - New Wine Grape Varietal:

The Wisconsin Fresh Fruit and Vegetable conference is run by the Wisconsin Apple Growers Association. For more information please contact us. Thank you for your interest in the Wisconsin Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Conference!

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