Pesticide Applicator Recertification Training Seminars



Meetings approved by the NH Division of Pesticide Control for recertification credits

*P=Private Credits *C=Commercial Credits


Date
Title
Place
Contact
Phone
Credits
11/02/01 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY. North Country Vegetable, Flower, Fruit Seminar Fruit Seminar
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603-788-4961 1 P/C
11/03/01 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. New England Vegetable and Berry Growers Association Meeting
Durham, NH George Hamilton 603-673-2510 2.5 P/C
11/10/01 PROFESSIONAL LAWN CARE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. Lawn Care Pesticide Workshop
Tampa, FL Betsy Demoret 800-458-3466 4 P/C
11/10/01 PROFESSIONAL LAWN CARE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. Tree Shrub Workshop
Tampa, FL Betsy Demoret 800-458-3466 4 P/C
11/27/01 VERMONT GREENSCAPE ASSOCIATION. 9th Annual Turfgrass Conference and Tradeshow
West Lebanon, NH Kelly Parent 802-348-6387 5 PC
12/05/01 IPM Around Food And Wood Destroying Organisms Control
MANCHESTER NH KEVIN MORAN 800/542-0426 5.5 C
02/04/02 PESTICIDE TRAINING & CONSULTING. "Community Integrated Pest Management"
Portsmouth, NH Reginald Louey 607/749-5318 6 C
12/05/01 UNHCE-NHGCSA-NHGCSA Turf Education Seminar
Concord, NH Stanley Swier 603/862-1733 3 PC
12/04/01 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY-Corn & Forage Crop Meeting
Westmoreland NH Bruce Clement 603/352-4550 3 PC
12/03/01 NHDAMF/PESTICIDE CONTROL-The History & Practice of Pest Control Laws & IPM. Space is limited, pre-registration is required
Concord, NH Diane Carr 603/271-3550 3 C
12/03/01 NHDAMF/PESTICIDE CONTROL-Partnerships & Projects in IPM. Space is limited, pre-registration is required
Concord, NH Diane Carr 603/271-3550 3 P
12/06/01 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE-Concepts of Tree Chemistry & Biology
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
12/07/01 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE-Concepts of Tree Chemistry & Biology
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
01/23/02 NHPGA/NHLA-"Joint Winter Meeting"
Bedford, NH Virginia Hast 603/225-0653 1.0 PC
02/05/02 PESTICIDE TRAINING & CONSULTING. "Using Pesticides Legally & Safely"
Concord, NH Reginald Louey 607/749-5318 6.0 PC
02/06/02 PESTICIDE TRAINING & CONSULTING. "Using Pesticides Legally & Safely"
Manchester, NH Reginald Louey 607/749-5318 6.0 PC
01/09/02 "UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY "Pest Management and So Much More"
Durham, NH Alan Eaton 603/862-1734 6 PC
06/06/02 SFC ASSOCIATES. "Biology of Weeds, Insects & Turfgrass to Outline IPM Tactics"
Durham, NH Edwin Kajihiro 972/298-0220 6 PC
02/28/02 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY. "IPM for Landscape and Grounds Maintenance"
Concord, NH Catherine Neal 603/862-3208 5 PC
01/23/02 DODGE'S AGWAY-"Turf Care and Feeding"
Seabrook, NH John Dodge 603/926-2253 4.5
01/31/02 UNHCE-SULLIVAN COUNTY. "Pest Management for Dairy Farmers"
Newport, NH Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 3.5 P
02/01/02 DIVISION OF PESTICIDE CONTROL-UNHCE. "Pesticide Safety Education"-Morning
Manchester, NH Stan Swier 603/862-1733 2.5 PC
02/01/02 DIVISION OF PESTICIDE CONTROL-UNHCE. "Pesticide Safety Education"-Afternoon Session
Manchester, NH Stan Swier 603/863-1733 2.5 PC
03/09/02 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY-"NH Vegetable & Berry Growers Meeting"
Boscawen, NH Bill Lord 603/862-3203 1PC
02/19/02 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY-"Improving Corn Production Practices
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 1 PC
03/26/02 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY. "Livestock Fly IPM"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 1 PC
04/09/02 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY. "Pest Observations 2001"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 1 PC
03/21/02 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Christmas Tree Pest Management Course"
Keene, NH Marshall Patmos 603/352-4550 6 PC
03/22/02 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Christmas Tree Pest Management Course"
Keene, NH Marshall Patmos 603/352-4550 5.5 PC
03/14/02 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY. "2002 NHLA Spring Conference"
Portsmouth, NH Catherine Neal 603/862-3208 1 PC
03/16/02 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY. "NH Fruit Growers Meeting"
Boscawen, NH William Lord 603/862-3203 1.5 PC
03/26/02 NH ARBORISTS ASSOCIATION. "Annual Spring Meeting"
Barrington, NH William Collins 603/485-4761 3.5 PC
04/15/02 "2002 NH Giant Pumpkin Growers' Meeting"
Milford, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 1 PC
04/16/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Spring Corn and Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Milford, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
04/17/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Spring Corn and Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Bow, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
04/18/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Spring Corn and Forage Crop Meeting Series"
Durham, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
06/04/02 UNHCE-STRAFFORD COUNTY. "Nursery and Greenhouse Twilight Seminar"
Rochester, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 1 p
06/11/02 UNHCE-STRAFFORD COUNTY. "Fruit and Vegetable Growers Twilight Seminar"
Milton, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 1 P
05/22/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Small Fruit Pest Management Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
Litchfield, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2.5 P
06/13/02 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE. "Tree Autopsy and Dissection Lab
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
06/14/02 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE. "Tree Autopsy and Dissection Lab"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
07/09/02 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY. "Turf and Grounds Maintenance Field Day"
Nashua, NH Stan Swier 603/862-3200 2.5 PC
11/13/02 PROFESSIONAL LAWN CARE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. "Annual Education Conference-Lawn Care Workshop"
Nashville, TN Betsy Demoret 800/458-3466 4 PC
11/13/02 PROFESSIONAL LAWN CARE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. "Annual Education Conference-Tree & Shrub Workshop"
Nashville, TN Betsy Demoret 800/458-3466 4 PC
07/16/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Weed Control Options for Vegetables and Small Fruits Farm Twilight Meeting
Concord, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 1.5 PC
08/27/02 CONCORD CROP CENTER. "Field Corn-Weed Control Update"
Boscawen, NH Sam Allen 603/224-7591 1.5 P
08/30/02 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY. "NHLA Summer Picnic and Landscape Tour"
Portsmouth, NH Stan Swier 603/862-1733 1 PC
11/18/02 PESTICIDE TRAINING & CONSULTING. "Structural Pest Control"
Portsmouth, NH Reg Louey 607/749-5318 6 PC
11/19/02 PESTICIDE TRAINING & CONSULTING. "Ornamental and Turf"
Concord, NH Reg Louey 607/749-5318 6 PC
10/24/02 NHDAM&F-DIVISION OF PESTICIDE CONTROL. "Worker Protection Standard Seminar"
Loudon, NH Thomas Desrosiers 603/271-3550 2 P
01/22/03 NHDAM&F-DIVISION OF PESTICIDE CONTROL. "Compliance Seminar for Pesticide Applicators"
Concord, NH Division of Pesticide Control 603/271-3550 4 PC
10/17/02 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE. "Tree Autopsy and Dissection Lab"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
10/18/02 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE. "Tree Autopsy and Dissection Lab"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
11/14/02 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY-"Farm Bureau Annual Meeting-Morning Session"
Plymouth, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 1PC
11/06/02 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY. "North Country Fruit & Vegetable Seminar"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 2 PC
12/04/02 NHGCSA-"NHGCSA Education Day Seminar"
Concord, NH Ron Hanson 603/863-4044 4 PC
11/09/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "New England Vegetable and Berry Growers Association-November Meeting"
Portsmouth, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
12/04/02 RESIDEX CORPORATION. "New Insect Problems-New Insects, Old Cockroaches, Old Bed Bugs Back Again"
Manchester, NH Kevin Moran 800/542-0426 5.5 C
11/25/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Controlling Insects and Vertebrate Animals that are Damaging Sweet Corn"
Milford, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
12/02/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Developing an IPM Program for Weed Control on Vegetable Farms"
Milford, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2.5 PC
12/09/02 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "Developing an IPM Program for Managing Diseases on Tomatoes Grown in Greenhouses and High Tunnels"
Milford, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2.5 PC
12/03/02 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "2002 Corn and Forage Crop Meeting"
Westmoreland, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 3 PC
12/03/02 VERMONT GREENSCAPE ASSOCIATION. "10th Annual Turfgrass Conference and Tradeshow"
West Lebanon, NH Kelly Parent 802/463-4212 5.5 C
12/05/02 NORTHEAST SHADETREE. "Concepts of Tree Chemistry & Biology"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
12/06/02 NORTHEAST SHADETREE. "Concepts of Tree Chemistry & Biology"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 4 PC
11/14/02 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY-"Farm Bureau Annual Meeting-Afternoon Session"
Plymouth, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 1 PC
01/24/03 NHDAM&F-DIVISION OF PESTICIDE CONTROL. "Compliance Seminar for Pesticide Applicators"
Concord, NH Division of Pesticide Control 603/271-3550 4 PC
01/15/03 NHPGA/NHLA. "Joint Winter Meeting"
Bedford, NH Virginia Hast 603/225-0653 2 PC
01/17/02 UNHCE-SULLIVAN COUNTY. "Pest Control Methods for Greenhouse Growers"
Newport, NH Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 3.5 P
03/15/03 UNHCE-SULLIVAN COUNTY. "IPM in Apples-A Growers Perspective"
Plainfield, NH Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 1 P
03/21/03 UNHCE-SULLIVAN COUNTY. "Dairy Management Issues, Cow/Calf Nutrition and Weed Control in Field Corn"
Charlestown Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 2 P
02/15/03 UNHCE-SULLIVAN COUNTY. "Management Techniques for Yield and Pest Control in Apple Trees"
Unity, NH Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 2 P
04/04/03 UNHCE-SULLIVAN COUNTY. "Pest Control for Blueberry Crops"
Newport, NH Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 2 P
03/01/03 UNHCE-CARROLL COUNTY. "Pruning & Pest Control Techniques to Maximize Yield in Apple Trees"
Eaton, NH Tina Savage 603/539-3331 3 PC
01/21/03 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "New England Christmas Tree Conference"
Nashua, NH Marshall Patmos 603/352-4550 6 PC
02/20/03 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE. "Tree Autopsy & Dissection Lab"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 8 PC
03/19/03 NH LANDSCAPE ASSOCIATION. "2003 NHLA Spring Conference"
Auburn, NH Kathleen Bean 603/926-1135 1 PC
02/25/03 UNHCE-CARROLL COUNTY. "Tri-County Flower & Vegetable Seminar"
Wolfeboro, NH Tina Savage 603/539-3331 5 PC
03/24/03 UNHCE-STRAFFORD COUNTY. "Pest Management in Fruit Crops"
Union, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 3 PC
03/27/03 UNHCE-STRAFFORD COUNTY. "Root Zone Management for Greenhouse Crops"
Union, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 2 PC
04/05/03 UNHCE-STRAFFORD COUNTY. "Pruning & Pest Control Techniques in Fruit Orchards"
New Durham, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 3 PC
03/29/03 UNHCE-BELKNAP COUNTY. "Fruit Tree Pruning for Pest Control"
Alton, NH Amy Ouellette 603/527-5475 2 P
03/31/03 UNHCE-STRAFFORD COUNTY. "Greenhouse Pest Management"
Union, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 2 PC
03/20/03 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY. "Pest Review 2002"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 2 PC
03/08/03 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "NH Vegetable and Berry Growers Annual Spring Meeting"
Boscawen, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
03/21/03 UNHCE-PLANT BIOLOGY. "NH Fruit Growers Annual Meeting"
Boscawen, NH Bill Lord 603/862-3203 2 PC
03/25/03 NH ARBORIST ASSOCIATION. "NH Arborist Association Annual Spring Meeting"
Barrington, NH William Collins 603/485-4761 4 C
03/19/03 NH DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, MARKETS & FOOD, Division of Pesticide Control. "IPM Speaker Seminar-Morning Session"
Bedford, NH Deborah Smith 603/225-6856 2.5 PC
03/19/03 NH DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE, MARKETS & FOOD, Division of Pesticide Control. "IPM Speaker Seminar-Afternoon Session"
Bedford, NH Deborah Smith 603/225-6856 2.5 PC
03/25/03 DODGES AGWAY. "Turf Care and Feeding"
Seabrook, NH John Dodge 603/926-2253 4.5 PC
04/09/03 UNHCE-CARROLL COUNTY. "Pest Control for Blueberry Crops"
North Sandwich Tina Savage 603/539-3331 2 PC
04/07/03 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Spring Corn & Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Brentwood, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2.5 PC
04/09/03 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Spring Corn & Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Wakefield, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2.5 PC
04/11/03 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Spring Corn & Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Bath, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2.5 PC
04/14/03 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Spring Corn & Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Charlestown, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2.5 PC
04/15/02 UNHCE-CHESHIRE COUNTY. "Spring Corn & Forage Crops Meeting Series"
Bow, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2.5 PC
04/15/03 UNHCE-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY. "NH Giant Pumpkin Growers Meeting"
Milford, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 1.5 PC
04/17/03 UNHCE-COOS COUNTY. "High Tunnel Short Course-IPM" seminar
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 2 PC
05/27/03 UNHCE-ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. "Vegetable & Berry Growers Twilight Meeting"
Derry, NH Nada Haddad 603/679-5616 2 PC
06/26/03 NH Agriculture Educators. "Teaching Pesticide and Pesticide Use to High School Agriculture Students"
Concord, NH David Clivio-Wentrup 603/863-3759 2.5 PC
08/06/03 NH Plant Growers Association. "Lesions, Cankers & Blights...Oh My!
Loudon, NH Virginia Hast 603/225-0653 1 PC
06/17/03 UNHCE-Hillsborough County. "NH Vegetable & Berry Twilight Meeting"
Peterborough, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 2 PC
06/26/03 UNHCE-Strafford County. "Nursery, Landscape & Greenhouse Twilight Meeting"
Ossipee, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 1.5 PC
07/08/03 UNHCE-Belknap County. "Vegetable & Berry Twilight Meeting"
Meredith, NH Amy Ouellette 603/527-5475 1.5 PC
07/15/03 NH Landscape Association. "Weeds of NH Landscape, their Recognition, Importance and Management."
Durham, NH Kathleen Bean 603/926-4805 1 PC
07/16/03 NORTHEAST SHADE TREE. "Tree Autopsy & Dissection Lab w/ Microscopes
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 8 PC
07/21/03 UNHCE-Belknap County. "Summer Pruning Twilight Meeting."
Sanbornton, NH Amy Ouellette 603/527-5475 1 PC
07/22/03 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "Cheshire County Fruit Growers Meeting."
Westmoreland, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2 PC
08/19/03 UNHCE-Sullivan County. "Fruit and Vegetable Production Twilight Meeting."
Plainfield, NH Seth Wilner 603/863-9200 3 P
08/28/03 Concord Crop Center. "Corn Trials."
Contoocook, NH Ben Cargill 603/224-7592 2.5 PC
09/18/03 NHLA. "Managing Turf & Landscape Fertilization and Protecting Water Quality"
Laconia, NH Kathleen Bean 603/926-4805 1 PC
09/20/03 NH-VT Christmas Tree Association. "Fall Meeting"
Orford, NH Russell Reay 802/447-1900 2 PC
10/16/03 Northeast Shade Tree. "Tree Autopsy & Disection Lab"
Portsmouth NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 8 PC
10/24/03 UNHCE-Plant Biology. "Fighting Diseases of Ornamentals"
Bedford, NH Cheryl Smith 603/862-3841 3 PC
11/06/03 UNHCE-Coos County. "North Country Vegetable and Fruit Seminar"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 2 PC
12/02/03 NH Golf Course Superintendents Association. "Education Day"
Concord, NH Ron Hansen 603/863-4044 3 C
12/03/03 Residex Corp. "Training for the Professional Pest Manager"
Bedford, NH Kevin Moran 800/542-0426 5 C
11/20/03 UNIVAR USA, Inc. "Technical Training Seminar"
Manchester, NH George Williams 800/284-6264 x8177 6 C
11/20/03 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "Improving Weed Management: Understanding Herbicide Performance & Problem Weeds"
Manchester, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 1 PC
11/20/03 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "Understanding Plant Growth for Healthy Pastures & Hayfields"
Manchester, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 1 PC
12/17/03 NHDAM&F-Division of Pesticide Control. "Commercial Pesticide Applicator Training Seminar: Safety and Rules"
Concord, NH Perry McLellan 603/271-3550 4 C
02/02/03 Vermont Greenscape Association. "11th Annual Turfgrass Conference & Trade Show"
West Lebanon, NH Kelly Parent 802/463-4212 5.5 C
12/04/03 Northeast Shade Tree. "Tree Autopsy & Dissection Lab w/ Microscopes"
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 8 PC
12/11/03 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "2003 Corn and Forage Meeting"
Westmoreland, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2.5 PC
12/16/03 UNHCE-Hillsborough County. "2003 New England Stone Fruit School"
Manchester, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 3 PC
12/16/03 UNHCE Hillsborough County. "2003 New England Vegetable & Berry Conference"
Three day seminar 12/16 - 12/18/03.
Manchester, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 Varied
01/07/04 UNHCE-Plant Biology. "2004 Tri-State Greenhouse IPM Workshop"
Durham, NH Alan Eaton 603/862-1734 6 PC
01/14/04 NHPGA/NHLA. "Joint Winter Meeting"
Bedford, NH Kathleen Bean 603/926-4805 1 PC
02/13/04 Ensystex. "Exterra Termite Baiting Workshop"
Manchester, NH Jim Martnick 203/746-4217 4 C
02/11/04 NEPMA. "Structural IPM"
Bedford, NH Craig Hollingsworth 413/545-1055 2 C
02/18/04 UNHCE-Coos County. "Forage Crop Risk Management"
Plymouth, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 1.5 PC
02/26/04 UNHCE-Coos County. "Pest Review of 2003"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 2 PC
03/03/04 UNHCE-Merrimack County. "Spring Kickoff for Landscapers"
Boscawen, NH David Seavey 603/225-5505 2 PC
03/06/04 UNHCE-Hillsborough County. "NH Vegetable and Berry Growers Annual Meetintg"
Boscawen, NH George Hamilton 603/673-2510 4 PC
03/30/04 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "2004 Spring Crop Meeting"
Bath, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2 PC
03/31/04 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "2004 Spring Crop Meeting"
Bow, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2 PC
03/26/04 UNHCE-Belknap County. "NH Fruit Growers Association Annual Meeting"
Boscawen, NH Amy Ouellette 603/527-5475 2.5 PC
03/18/04 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "Christmas Tree Pest Management Course-day 1"
Keene, NH Marshall Patmos 603/352-4550 6 PC
03/19/04 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "Christmas Tree Pest Management Course-day 2"
Keene, NH Marshall Patmos 603/352-4550 5.5 PC
03/04/04 UNHCE-Strafford County. "Spring Kick off for Landscapers
Rochester, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 2 PC
03/27/04 UNHCE-Carroll County. "Pruning and Pest Control Techniques to Maximize Apple Tree Yield"
Moultonboro, NH Tina Savage 603/539-3331 1.5 P
04/01/04 UNHCE-Belknap County. "Preparing for a Successful Fall Season at the Farm Stand"
Alton, NH Amy Ouellette 603/527-5475 2 PC
03/30/04 NH Arborist Association. "Spring Meeting"
Barrington, NH Bill Collins 603/485-4761 2 PC
03/25/04 HortaQuest. "Lawn Care Seminar"
Exeter, NH Nancy Adams 603/969-4855 1 PC
03/27/04 HortaQuest. "Lawn Care Seminar
Hudson, NH Nancy Adams 603/969-4855 1 PC
04/07/04 HortaQuest. "Lawn Care Seminar"
Bedford, NH Nancy Adams 603/969-4855 1 PC
04/17/04 HortaQuest. "Lawn Care Seminar"
Salem, NH Nancy Adams 603/969-4855 1 PC
04/24/04 HortaQuest. "Lawn Care Seminar"
Greenland, NH Nancy Adams 603/969-4855 1 PC
04/07/04 Green Industry Seminars. "Pesticide Recertification Seminar"
Bedford, NH William Collins 603/235-7626 4 PC
04/13/04 UNHCE-Strafford County. "Fruit Pruning Demonstration & Twilight Meeting"
Farmington, NH Geoffrey Njue 603/749-4445 1.5 P
04/27/04 UNHCE-Coos County. "Pumpkin Production Short Course: IPM"
Lancaster, NH Steve Turaj 603/788-4961 2 PC
05/25/04 UNHCE-Hillsborough County. "Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers"
Contoocook, NH George Hamilton 603/641-6060 2 PC
07/07/04 UNHCE-Rockingham County. "Small Fruit Twilight Meeting"
Stratham, NH Nada Haddad 603/679-5616 1 PC
06/26/04 NH-VT Christmas Tree Association. "NH-VT CTA-Summer Meeting"
Swiftwater, NH Russell Reay 802/447-1900 1 PC
06/23/04 Green Industry Seminars. "Pesticide Recertification Seminar"
Bedford, NH Bill Collins 603/235-7626 4 PC
07/22/04 Northeast Shade Tree. "Advanced Autopsy and Dissection Lab with Dr. Alex Shigo"
July 22 through 23, 2004
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 8 PC
07/22/04 UNHCE-Plant Biology. "Pesticide Applicator Training Update"
Canterbury, NH Alan Eaton 603/862-1734 2 PC
07/28/04 NH Plant Growers Association. "Plant Problems...What's Hot, What's Not"
Canterbury, NH Brett Andrus 603/292-5238 1 PC
10/05/04 SFC Associates. "Using IPM Concepts in Landscape, Sports Fields and Golf Course Management"
Manchester, NH Dr Edwin Kajihiro 972/298-0220 6 PC
08/25/04 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "BMR Sorghum Field Demonstration"
Charlestown, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 1 PC
08/31/04 Viel Seed Sales, LLC. "2004 Summer Corn Demo"
Rollinsford, NH Andrew Viel 603/749-6061 3.5 P
09/23/04 NHDAM&F-Division of Pesticide Control. "IPM for Small Fruits-Morning Session"
Manchester, NH Perry McLellan 603/271-3550 1 PC
09/23/04 NHDAM&F, Division of Pesticide Control. "IPM for Small Fruits-Afternoon Session"
Manchester, NH Perry McLellan 603/271-3550 3 PC
10/13/04 NHDAM&F, Division of Pesticide Control. "Commercial Pesticide Applicator Training Seminar-Rules and Regulations"
Concord, NH Thomas Desrosiers 603/271-3550 4 C
12/15/04 NHDAM&F, Division of Pesticide Control. "Commercial Pesticide Applicator Training Seminar-Rules and Regulations"
Concord, NH Thomas Desrosiers 603/271-3550 4 C
02/23/05 NHDAM&F, Division of Pesticide Control. "Commercial Pesticide Applicator Training Seminar-Rules and Regulations"
Concord, NH Thomas Desrosiers 603/271-3550 4 C
11/08/04 UNHCE-Hillsborough County. "IPM Approach of Understanding and Controlling MummyBerry for Blueberries"
Goffstown, NH George Hamilton 603/641-6060 2 PC
11/15/04 UNHCE-Hillsbrough County. "IPM Approach of Understanding and Controlling Fire Blight for Apples and Pears"
Goffstown, NH George Hamilton 603/641-6060 2 PC
10/21/04 Northeast Shade Tree. "Advanced Autopsy & Dissection Lab w/ Dr. Alex Shigo"
10/21-22/04
Portsmouth, NH Jeff Ott 603/436-4804 8 PC
11/10/04 UNHCE-Cheshire County. "2004 Corn and Forage Meeting"
Westmoreland, NH Carl Majewski 603/352-4550 2 PC
02/28/05 Pesticide Applicator Training Workshop - Initial
Must register prior to seminar. Click here for brochure.
Concord, NH Pam Doherty 603-629-9494 2.0 P/C
03/05/05 NH Vegetable and Berry Growers Annual Meeting


Cost: $20.00 per member and $30.00 per non-member, includes lunch

To register, contact Chip Hardy at (603)465-2241 or contact George Hamilton for more information at (603)641-6060.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen Chip Hardy 603-465-2241 3.0
06/07/05 UNHCE-Rockingham County - "Management of Sweet Corn Insects and Vertebrate Pests"
The workshop will be held from 5:15 pm till 7:30 pm Alan Eaton, UNH Cooperative Extension Integrated Pest Management Specialist will discuss the Management of Sweet Corn Insects and Robert Calvert, Wildlife/Damage Specialist with the NH Fish and Game Department will discuss the Managing Vertebrate Pest Damage. Workshop is free. Facility is fully handicap accessible.
Brentwood, NH Nada Haddad, Extension Eucator, Agricultural Resou 679-5616 Two credits for Private and Commercial
06/16/05 Twilight Meeting for Small Fruits, Tree Fruits, Vegetables and Flowers
This Twilight Meeting will review production, pest management and marketing options and strategies for small fruit, tree fruit, vegetable and flower growers.
Stoneridge Farm, Bradford Becky Grube 603-862-3203 2
11/15/05 2005 Corn & Forage Meeting
Keynote speaker John Jemison will focus on sustainable weed management in field crops. Also, WPS Update from NHDPC, pest management initiatives in the area, and weed seedling ID
Westmoreland, NH Carl Majewski 603-352-4550 3.0
03/22/06 Turfgrass Maintenance for Municipal Employees
Open to all turf managers and land care professionals. Pre-registration is required. Please call to recieve a brochure. Time: 8:30am until 3:00pm.
PSNH Main Office, Manchester Sadie Puglisi 603-225-5505 2.5
03/11/06 Apple Pruning and Pest Control Techniques to Maximize Yield
Saturday morning session will run from 10 to Noon. Session will include a pruning demonstration and identification of pests by fruit damage. Call 539-3331 to register and receive a flyer containing directions.
Alan Harding's Residence, Hanes Hill Rd. Wolfeboro Tina Savage 539-3331 2 PC
02/28/06 4th Annual Tri-County Seminar on Vegetables, Fruit and Flowers
Join us from 9 AM-2PM for this 4th Annual event. Topics include, New Cucurbit and Ornamental varieties, Insect pests and their control, comparing Strawberry Production Systems and a panel discussion on Keeping High Tunnels Productive. Cost $12.00 per person, includes lunch. Register by February 22. Call 527-5475 for information.
New Durham Elementary School Amy Ouellette 527-5475 3 PC
03/24/06 New Hampshire Fruit Growers Annual Meeting
The NH Fruit Growers Association is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers meeting. Feature presentations will be made by David Rosenberger, Cornell University - Hudson Valley Laboratory, dealing with Apple Diseases - Sooty Blotch, Fly Speck and Black Rot; Stone Fruit Disease Management; and Apple Tree Bark Diseases. To register by March 17, contact Herb Cooper at (603)323-7558. Cost, includes lunch, is $22.00 per member and $27.00 per non-member.
Alan's Restaurant, Route 3, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3.5 PC
03/16/06 Hillsborough County Silage Corn Growers: Nutrient Management and Herbicide Options
Tom Morris, University of Connecticut Soil Scientist and Tom Boub, Grafton County Agricultural Resources Educator, will update silage corn on soil nutrient management and testing along with herbicide options corn growers have for the coming growing season.
UNHCE - Hillsborough County, 329 Mast Road, Goffst George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 PC
03/18/06 NH Vegetable and Berry Growers Annual Meeting
This year's NH Vegetable and Berry Growers Annual Meeting features a variety of presentations and speakers. Also, there will be a mini-trade commercial show. Anyone who is a current member, or becomes member at this meeting will receive a free 2006-2007 New England Vegetable Management Guide or a 2006-2007 New England Small Fruit Pest Management Guide. For more information or to register, contact Chip Hardy by March 15, at (603)465-2241. Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. Cost: $20.00 per member and $25.00 per non-member, includes lunch
Alan's Restaurant, Route 3, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 4 PC
03/25/06 Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or later George Hamilton and Jon Nute will be explaining and demonstrating fruit pruning techniques. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. Feature pruning mature semi-dwarf and standard apple trees and peach trees before noon, and in the afternoon blueberries and grapes.
183 Amherst Road, Merrimack, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 4 P
04/12/06 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
The NH Fruit Growers Association is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers' twilight meeting at Mack's Apples of Moose Hill Orchard in Londonderry, NH, with orchard manager Mike Cross hosting the meeting. This meeting is a joint New Hampshire and Massachusetts twilight meeting. Extension Specialists from the University of Massachusetts and University of New Hampshire will be present to discuss pest management options, orchard management, and peach tree pruning.
Mack's Apples, 230 Mammoth Rd, Londonderry, NH George Hamilton (603)641-0606 2.5 PC
04/17/06 Developing of a Pumpkin IPM Program for Insect Control
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH CE Entomology Specialist, will present an informative lecture on identifying pumpkin insect pest and management options available. After Alan's presentation, both Alan and George Hamilton will be answering questions on growing giant pumpkins. Also, members of the New Hampshire Giant Pumpkin Growers Association will be attending and will be conducting a giant pumpkin seed raffle.
UNHCE - Hillsborough Cty, 329 Mast Road, Goffstown George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 PC
04/27/06 Developing of a Sweet Corn IPM Program for Insect Control
Time: 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH CE Entomology Specialist, and George Hamilton will present an informative lecture on identifying sweet corn insect pests and discuss how to monitor and scout for these insects. Based upon the monitor and scouting results, Alan and George will discuss how this information is used to modify control options for the best control. The meeting is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations. The second purpose is to discuss how to carry forward with grower participation, the completion of the three IPM GRANTS from the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food - Division of Pesticide Control received by UNH CE in Hillsborough County.
UNHCE - Hillsborough Cty, 329 Mast Road, Goffstown George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 PC
06/06/06 Small Fruit & Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting
Topics to discuss: cultural practices, prevention and management of diseases, insects on blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, apples and peaches. Workshop twilight meeting free, Rain or Shine
Sunnycrest Farm Nada Haddad 679-5616 1.5
06/14/06 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
The meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. and will be ending around 7:30 p.m. Meeting location is at the Surowiec Farm at 53 Perley Hill Road in Sanbornton, NH. Meeting hosts are Steve and Katie Surowiec. The New Hampshire Fruit Growers' Associations are sponsoring this commercial tree fruit growers' twilight meeting. UNH Cooperative Extension Specialists will be discussing pest management options and orchard management.
Surowiec Farm, Sanbornton, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 PC
06/20/02 Vegetable Twilight Meeting
Maple Ridge Farm, London Sadie Puglisi 225-5505 1.5
08/09/06 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
The UNH Woodman Horticultural Farm staff and UNH Cooperative Extension are sponsoring this tree fruit twilight meeting. John Sarkes, an Area Claim Representative for Rural Community Insurance Services will be presenting how crop insurance companies conduct apple yield assessment for determining a claim. The featured speaker will be Penn State Universitys Dr. James Schupp, Associate Professor of Pomology at the PSU Fruit Research and Extension Center at Biglerville, PA. Jim, previously University of Maines Tree Fruit Specialist, will present his ideas on production practices that orchardists should consider for reducing risk in producing high quality apples for the future.

5:15 to 8:00 p.m.
UNH Woodsman Horticultural Farm, Durham, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 PC
07/12/06 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
he meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. and will be ending around 8:00 p.m. Meeting location is at the Windy Ridge Orchard, North Haverill, NH. Meeting hosts are Dick, Ann, ans Sheila Fabrizio. The New Hampshire Fruit Growers' Associations are sponsoring this commercial tree fruit growers' twilight meeting. UNH Cooperative Extension Specialists will be discussing pest management options and orchard management.
Windy Ridge Orchard, North Haverill, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 PC
11/13/06 "Controlling Weeds: The Basics for Vegetable and Fruit Growers," An Educational Meeting Series Meeting #1 - Introduction to Weed Management
By attending this meeting - Introduction to Weed Management, growers will gain an appreciation of the importance of weed basics, cultural and managerial practices to control the weeds along with proper pesticide use and timing of applications in order to reduce the weed problems in vegetable, small fruit, and tree fruit crops. This seminar is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Division of Pesticide Control - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 PC
11/20/06 "Controlling Weeds: The Basics for Vegetable and Fruit Growers," An Educational Meeting Series Meeting #2 - Vegetables - Weeds & Weed Control
By attending this meeting - Vegetables; Weeds & Weed Control, growers will gain an appreciation of the importance of weed control along with proper pesticide use and timing of applications in order to reduce the weed problems in vegetable crops. This seminar is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Division of Pesticide Control - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 PC
11/27/06 "Controlling Weeds: The Basics for Vegetable and Fruit Growers," An Educational Meeting Series Meeting #3 - Small and Tree Fruit - Weeds & Weed Control
By attending this meeting Small and Tree Fruit ; Weeds & Weed Control, growers will gain an appreciation of the importance of weed control along with proper pesticide use and timing of applications in order to reduce the weed problems in small fruit and tree fruit crops. This seminar is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Division of Pesticide Control - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 PC
11/02/06 New England - New Grape Grower Workshop
This workshop has been presented to eager audiences up and down the east coast and received high praise. It is fine opportunity to learn from experienced eastern viticulture specialists, local specialists, and to compare notes with other start-up (up-start?) grape enthusiasts! Information provided will focus on suitable wine grape varieties for New England including V. vinifera and Hybrid varieties. Cost is $100 per person with a reduced rate of $50 for a second registration from the same farm or family. This price includes many handouts and resource materials, as well as lunch and refreshments. Registration payable with mailed in registration or at the door. Checks made out to UMass. For registration or information, please contact Sonia Schloemann at 413-545-4347 or sgs@umext.umass.edu.
Zorvino Vineyards, Sandown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 PC
12/06/06 Organic Vegetable and Fruit Farming Risk Management Seminar
New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food - Bureau of Markets along with UNH Cooperative Extension will be conducting this day-long seminar for organic vegetable and small fruit growers. Feature presentations by Dr. Margaret McGrath, Vegetable Plant Pathologist - Associate Professor at Cornell University - Long Island Horticultural Research and Extension Center, Riverhead, NY; Dr. Tom Morris, Soil Fertility Specialist and Extension Specialist Agronomy, The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; and Dr. Becky Grube, Sustainable Horticulture Production Extension Specialist(Vegetable and Small Fruit), University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, Durham, NH. For more information, contact Vicki Smith at the NHDAMF - Bureau of Markets at (603)271-3685 or George Hamilton at (603)641-6060
UNH CE Hillsborough County, Goffstown George Hamilton (603)641-6060 4.5 P/C
03/21/07 Tri-County Vegetable and Flower Seminar
Registration fee is $10. Lunch is included. Subjects to be covered include insect and disease control of vegetable crops; weed identification; pesticide spill clean-up; growing and marketing cut flowers and high tunnel tomato budget management.
Gilman Library, 100 Main Street, Alton, NH Amy Ouellette 527-5475 3
03/23/07 NH Fruit Growers Association Annual Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Registration fee is $25 for members of NHFGA and $30 for non-members. Fee includes a hot buffet lunch. Dr. Arthur Agnello, Entomologist with Cornell University and Dr. Tracy Leskey, Entomologist with the USDA Fruit Research Station in WV are featured speakers this year.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen, NH Amy Ouellette 527-5475 4 P/C
03/14/07 Turfgrass Maintenance for Municipal Employees
Registration is $35 for first person or $30 for each additional person from the same organization to register. Fee includes lunch. Topics to be covered include turf pest management, pesticide spill clean-up, equipment maintenance, soil testing procedures and more.
Portsmouth Country Club, Greenland, NH Sadie Puglisi 225-5505 ext. 323 2.5
03/10/07 NH Vegetable and Berry Growers Annual Meeting
Registration fee is $25 for members of NHV&BGA and $30 for non-members. Fee includes a hot buffet lunch. This years annual meeting features a variety of presentations and speakers. Also, there will be a mini-trade commercial show. For more information or to register, contact Chip Hardy by March 5, at (603)465-2241.Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 5 P/C
03/15/07 Hillsborough County Silage Corn Growers: Nutrient Management and Herbicide Options
Time: Noon - 2:00 p.m. Dr. Tom Morris, The University of Connecticut - Soil Fertility Specialist and Extension Specialist Agronomy, Carl Majewski, Cheshire County Agricultural Resources Educator, and Tom Buob, Grafton County Agricultural Resources Educator, will present an update on silage corn soil nutrient management and testing along with herbicide options.
UNH CE, Goffstown George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 P/C
03/31/07 Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or later George Hamilton and Jon Nute will be explaining and demonstrating fruit pruning techniques. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. Feature pruning mature semi-dwarf and standard apple trees and peach trees before noon, and in the afternoon blueberries and grapes.
183 Amherst Road, Merrimack, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 P
04/11/07 NH Tree Fruit Growers' Twilight Meeting
Time: 5:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The NH Fruit Growers Assoc. is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers' twilight meeting. Extension Specialists from UNH will be present to discuss pest management options, orchard management, and peach tree pruning.
Meadow Ledge Farm, Loudon NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
04/12/07 Hillsborough County Vegetable Growers: Managing Vegetable Insect Pests
Time: 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH CE Entomology Specialist, and George Hamilton will present an informative lecture on identifying vegetable insect pests and discuss how to monitor and scout for these insects as well as how the information obtained is used for pest control options.
UNH CE, Goffstown George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 P/C
04/14/07 Pest Management in Wine Grapes
Pre registration required by calling 394-0600
Jewell Towne Vineyards, South Hampton Nada Haddad 679-5616 Two pesticide credits
04/26/07 NH Giant Pumpkin Growers' Assoc Educational Meeting - How to Spray Your Giant Pumpkin Plants!
6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Dr. Richard Bonanno, UMASS Extension Vegetable Weed Specialist, will be making a presentation on back sprayer calibration and application safety along with a discussion on pesticide application math. Also, members of the NH Giant Pumpkin Growers Association will conduct a giant pumpkin seed raffle. For more information on the NH Giant Pumpkin Growers Assoc., contact Robert Demers at 625-8298.
Demers Garden Center, 656 South Mammoth Road, Manc George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P only
05/16/07 Joint NH -MA Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting
Time 5:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The second twilight meeting of the year will be focusing on early season disease and insect management and apple thinning options. This meeting is a joint NH-MA twilight meeting and Extension Specialists from the UMass and UNH, will be present to discuss pest management options and orchard management along with thinning options. We will be starting at the packing house and will be going out to the orchard at 5:30 p.m. for a tour returning to the packing house for the early season disease and insect management and apple thinning presentations.
Brookdale Fruit Farm, 36 Broad Street, Hollis George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
07/09/07 Weed Control Options for Vegetables and Fruits - Farm Twilight Meeting
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. This On-Farm Twilight Meeting is a follow-up of a three-part meeting educational series that was presented growers this past November. Dr. Richard Bonanno, Extension Weed Specialist, from University of Massachusetts Extension will be the featured presenter. This meeting is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program.
Brookdale Fruit Farm, 36 Broad Street (Route 130) George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
07/24/07 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Growers
5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This on-farm twilight meeting will be focusing on summer pruning of peach trees, pest management options and orchard management. The meeting will be held at Birchwood Orchard, 206 Old Turnpike Road (Route124), Mason, NH. This meeting is for both small and large scale commercial tree fruit growers. Bill Lord, retired UNH Ag Resources fruit specialist will be demonstrating summer pruning of peach trees.
Birchwood Orchard, Mason, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
10/20/07 Blueberries: From Planting to Harvest
Workshop is free and open to anyone. The workshop will be held from 6:00 to 9:00 pm. The Rockginham County Nursing Home Auditorium is located on William Sturtevant Way off North Road in Brentwood. The facility is handicap accessible. Call us at 679-5616 if you plan on attending.
Rockingham County Complex, Brentwood Nada Haddad 679-5616 2.5
11/05/07 Meeting #1 Basics of Understanding Vegetable and Small Fruit Diseases
Part of a three meeting series, which is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting series is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations. Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per farm, register by November 1. Speaker: Dr. Cheryl Smith, Plant Health Extension,Specialist, University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 PC
11/12/07 Meeting #2 Small Fruit Diseases
Part of a three meeting series, which is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting series is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations.Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per farm, register by November 1. Speaker: Dr. Frank Caruso, Associate Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Massachusetts - Cranberry Station.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
11/19/07 Meeting #3 - Vegetable Diseases
Part of a three meeting series, which is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting series is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations.Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per farm, register by November 1. Speaker: Dr. Margaret Tuttle McGrath, Associate Professor, Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University - Long Island Horticultural Research & Extension Center
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
12/11/07 The New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference
This three day conference is held every two years in Manchester, NH and includes 27 educational sessions, covering major vegetable, berry and tree fruit crops as well as various special topics. For more info, including number pesticide credit for each individual session, visit (http://www.nevbc.org/education_credits.html) and for registration info, visit (http://www.nevbc.org/about_the_conference.html).
Manchester, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 0 - 2.5 P/C per session
12/12/07 The New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference
The New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference This three day conference is held every two years in Manchester, NH and includes 27 educational sessions, covering major vegetable, berry and tree fruit crops as well as various special topics. For more info, including number pesticide credit for each individual session, visit (http://www.nevbc.org/education_credits.html) and for registration info, visit (http://www.nevbc.org/about_the_conference.html).
Manchester, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 0 - 2.5 P/C per session
12/13/07 The New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference
This three day conference is held every two years in Manchester, NH and includes 27 educational sessions, covering major vegetable, berry and tree fruit crops as well as various special topics. For more info, including number pesticide credit for each individual session, visit (http://www.nevbc.org/education_credits.html) and for registration info, visit (http://www.nevbc.org/about_the_conference.html).
Manchester, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 0 - 2.5 P/C per session
12/01/07 A Special Workshop for Beekeepers on Honey Bee Health
This workshop is taking place at the UNH CE Hillsborough County Office in Goffstown, NH on December 1, 2007 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required by November 26, 2007 and the cost is $10.00 per individual for lunch and refreshments. This workshop is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Beekeepers Association and the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. The main reason for offering this special workshop is the concern of disappearing honey bees that beekeepers have seen this past year. Scientists are now calling this honey bee problem: "Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD)." In an extensive survey, one virus, Israeli Acute Paralysis Virus (IAPV), was strongly associated with CCD. Featured speaker is Dr. Yanping (Judy) Chen, Research Entomologist at the USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bee Research Laboratory, Beltsville Agricultural Research Center. Dr. Chen conducts research on the epidemiology and pathogenesis of honey bee viruses.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
02/20/08 Forage Crop Updates and Alternative Forage Crops
Speakers on organic grain production (Dr Heather Darby, from the University of Vermont Extension) and alternative forage crops will be featured with an overview of insurance options and certification. Contact UNH CE Hillsborough County Office, George Hamilton at (603)641-6060. Cost: $15.00 per person registration fee for lunch.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
02/27/08 What to Plant for a New Tree Fruit Orchard
This meeting will take place at the Hillsborough County Complex in Goffstown NH. It will focus on all the decisions you must make in the process of planting a new orchard from one acre to hundreds of acres. Bill Lord, UNH Cooperative Extension Fruit Specialist, Emeriti will give a presentation followed by an open question and answer session.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 P/C
03/08/08 NH Vegetable and Berry Growers' Annual Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Cost: $25.00 per member and $30.00 per nonmember, includes lunch This year's annual meeting features a variety of presentations and speakers. Also, there will be a mini-trade commercial show. For more information or to register, contact Chip Hardy by March 3, at (603)465-2241. Members of the New Hampshire Vegetable and Berry Growers Association will be receiving the choice between the 2008-2009 New England Vegetable Management Guide (at meeting) and the 2008-2009 New England Small Fruit Guide (at a later date) free.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 4 P/C
03/21/08 NH Fruit Growers' Annual Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. The NH Fruit Growers Association is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers' meeting. Featured speakers are Dr. David Rosenberger, Cornell University and Dr. Frank Drummond, University of Maine. Please register by March 17 by calling Herb Cooper at 323-7558. Members of the NH Fruit Growers Association will receive the 2008 New England Tree Fruit Pest Management Guide free at a later date. Cost: $25 per member/$30 per non-member, includes lunch.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3.5 P/C
03/25/08 Sprayer Calibration
Time: 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. George Hamilton will present an informative lecture on calibrating boom-type sprayers and air-blast sprayers. UNH Cooperative Extension received a NHDAM&F - Division of Pesticide Control - Integrated Pest Management grant to calibrate sprayers on twenty farms in Hillsborough County. This meeting will be used to explain the program to farmers.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
03/29/08 Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or later. George Hamilton will be explaining and demonstrating fruit pruning techniques. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. Feature pruning mature semi-dwarf and standard apple trees and peach trees before noon, and in the afternoon blueberries and grapes.
183 Amherst Road, Merrimack, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 P
04/04/08 Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. George Hamilton will explain and demonstrate fruit pruning techniques, and features pruning mature grape vines. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. This demonstration takes place at Brookdale Fruit Farm Packinghouse, Broad Street (Route 130), Hollis.
Brookdale Fruit Farm - Packing House 36 Broad Stre George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 P
04/24/08 Managing Sweet Corn Insect Pests and Oriental Fruit Moth on Tree Fruits
Time: 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Dr. Alan Eaton, UNHCE Entomology Specialist, and George Hamilton will present an informative lecture on identifying sweet corn insect pests and discuss how to monitor and scout for these insects, as well as how the information obtained is used for pest control options. Dr. Eaton will also discuss how to monitor Oriental Fruit Moth on peaches and plums.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3.0 P/C
04/16/08 Joint MA/NH/VT Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting
Time: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The first twilight meeting of the year will be focusing on early season disease and insect management and peach tree pruning. This meeting is a joint New Hampshire-Massachusetts-Vermont twilight meeting and Extension Specialists from the University of Massachusetts, University of Vermont and University of New Hampshire, will be present to discuss pest management options and orchard management. Robert Jasse, orchard owner, and Homer Dunn, orchard manager, will be hosting the meeting.
Alyson's Orchard, 57 Alyson's Lane, Walpole, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.0 P/C
04/12/08 Managing Pests in Wine Grapes Through Proper Site Selection, Planting and Pruning workshop 9:45 am - noon
The workshop will be held from 9:45 am till noon Peter Oldak will host this workshop on Managing Pests in Wine Grapes through Proper Site Selection, Planting and Pruning at his vineyard and winery. Peter has been producing grapes and wine at his farm for more than 20 years and several of his Jewell Towne wines have won major and regional awards. He currently has several acres of wine grapes growing in New Hampshire and Massachusetts (the vineyard straddles the state line) and an attractive wine sales/winery building. During the first part of the meeting Peter will talk about growing grapes and varieties, cultural practices, weed control, sanitation, disease prevention and pest management. Peter has tested over 50 wine grape varieties. During the second part of the meeting, Peter will demonstrate how to train and prune grapes. Rain or Shine. Please dress for the weather -in layers- Part of the meeting will be indoors and part of it will be outdoors.
Jewell Towne Vineyards, South Hampton, NH Nada Haddad 679-5616 2 pesticides credits Private/Commercial
07/09/08 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
This meeting is to be held on Wednesday, July 9, 2008, from 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. at Apple Hill Farm with hosts being Chuck & Diane Souther. Apple Hill Farm is located at 580 Mountain Road in Concord, NH. Individuals must sign in by 5:30 p.m. to receive pesticide credits. The featured speakers will be Dr. Tracy Leskey, Research Entomologist and Starker Wright, Biological Science Lab Technician at the USDA-ARS Appalachian Fruit Research Station in Kearneysville, WV. Tracy will be speaking on a trap-tree (or bomb-tree) approach for controlling plum curculio in apple orchards. Starker will addressing new developments with Apple Maggot trapping and control. Also, Alan Eaton and Cheryl Smith will be attending.
Apple Hill Farm, Concord, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
08/13/08 Twilight Farm Meeting on Pumpkin Diseases and Agri-tourism Marketing
A farm twilight meeting for small and large scale commercial vegetable growers will be held at th Yankee Farmer Farm, in Greenfield, NH. This twilight meeting will review pumpkin diseases and control strategies. Brief updates will be given by UNH CE Extension Educators and Specialists. Yankee Farmer Farmstand is home to the Yankee Siege Trebuchet. Yankee siege is a trebuchet used to launch pumpkins and Steve will be demonstrating the trebuchet in action. Meeting start at 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
171 Forest Road (Route 31), Greenfield, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 P/C
10/20/08 Sustainable Apple School: All About Growing and AMrketing Apples ( Part I)
Sustainable Apple School: All About Growing and Marketing Apples Are you thinking of starting an apple orchard? Or are you looking at replacing an old apple block with new varieties? And what does it take to grow and market a good apple crop? The answer is planning before planting. To tackle these questions, UNH Cooperative Extension (UNH CE) has organized this apple school that will be held on Monday October 20 (Part I) and Monday, October 27 (Part II). Day one of this two-day school will cover growing and marketing of apples as well as the effect of Mother Nature (Part I). The second day (Part II), held a week later, will cover insects, diseases, vertebrates and other pests. We will also cover ecological prevention and combat strategies using Integrated Pest Management techniques, whether you rely on using organic or synthetic pesticides or no-spray fruit growing. We will also travel to an apple orchard and spend a couple of hours to discuss the orchard layout, its fencing, location, and how its been pruned, etc... The sessions are from 8:30 am till 3:00 pm and will be held at the Rockingham County Nursing Home Auditorium in Brentwood. Each day has been granted five pesticides re-certification credits (Private/Commercial) from the NH Division of Pesticide Control. Feel free to attend either or both sessions. Pre- registration before October 14 is $17 per person: it includes lunch, refreshments, handout materials and a pocket guide for scouting apple pests. The Apple School is partly supported by the USDA Risk Management Agency For more info contact UNH CE at 679-5616 or check details at www.extension.unh.edu
Rockningham County Complex - Brentwood Nada Haddad 679-5616 5
10/27/08 Sustainable Apple School: All About growing and marketing Apples (Part II)
Sustainable Apple School: All About Growing and Marketing Apples Are you thinking of starting an apple orchard? Or are you looking at replacing an old apple block with new varieties? And what does it take to grow and market a good apple crop? The answer is planning before planting. To tackle these questions, UNH Cooperative Extension (UNH CE) has organized this apple school that will be held on Monday October 20 (Part I) and Monday, October 27 (Part II). Day one of this two-day school will cover growing and marketing of apples as well as the effect of Mother Nature (Part I). The second day (Part II), held a week later, will cover insects, diseases, vertebrates and other pests. We will also cover ecological prevention and combat strategies using Integrated Pest Management techniques, whether you rely on using organic or synthetic pesticides or no-spray fruit growing. We will also travel to an apple orchard and spend a couple of hours to discuss the orchard layout, its fencing, location, and how its been pruned, etc... The sessions are from 8:30 am till 3:00 pm and will be held at the Rockingham County Nursing Home Auditorium in Brentwood. Each day has been granted five pesticides re-certification credits (Private/Commercial) from the NH Division of Pesticide Control. Feel free to attend either or both sessions. Pre- registration before October 14 is $17 per person: it includes lunch, refreshments, handout materials and a pocket guide for scouting apple pests. The Apple School is partly supported by the USDA Risk Management Agency For more info contact UNH CE at 679-5616 or check details at www.extension.unh.edu
Rockingham County Complex, Brentwood Nada Haddad 679-5616 5
10/18/08 New Hampshire Beekeepers Association Fall Meeting - Special Workshop for Beekeepers on Honey Bee IPM
This IPM workshop is taking place at The Yard Restaurant - Executive Court Banquet Facility in Manchester, NH on October 18, 2008 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required by October 6th and the cost is $20.00 per NHBK member and $30.00 for all other individual for lunch and refreshments. Please send a check for the number individuals attending, to NHBA Treasurer, Wendy Booth, 37 Swan Drive, Nottingham NH 03290. This workshop is co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Beekeepers Association and the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. Featured speaker is Randy Oliver, who runs a 500 colony migratory pollination business in California providing services to the almond industry. He is widely published in many bee keeping journals. Randy is committed to bringing scientific research and data to beekeepers and growers in a format they can use in a practical application. Randy's website, www.scientificbeekeeping.com provides a wealth of information based on published research and from his own extensive studies. Randy will be speaking on the following topics: Current Problems In The Beekeeping Industry including CCD, Updates On Honey Bee Diseases, Bee Nutrition and Bee Breeding.
The Yard Restaurant - Executive Court Banquet Faci George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
11/03/08 Meeting #1 The Basics of Developing an IPM Program for Insect Pest Control for Vegetable and Small Fruit Crops
Part of a three meeting series, which is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting series is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations. Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per farm, register by November 1. Speaker: Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH CE Extension Specialist
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
11/10/08 Meeting #2 - Insect Pest Management for Small Fruit Crops
Part of a three meeting series, which is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting series is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations. Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per farm, register by November 7. Speaker: Dr. David Handley, Extension Vegetable and Small Fruits Specialist, University of Maine Cooperative
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
11/17/08 Meeting #3 - Insect Pest Management for Vegetable Crops
Part of a three meeting series, which is being funded through the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Foods - Integrated Pest Management Grant Program. The meeting series is developed for both small and large scale commercial farming operations. Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Cost: $5.00 per farm, register by November 14. Speaker: Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH CE Extension Specialist
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
11/08/08 Stone Fruit Workshop - A Risk Management Seminar for Orchardists!
An all-day seminar for commercial tree fruit orchardists will take place, featuring production topics on raising stone fruits - peaches, nectarines, sweet cherries and plums. Win Cowgill, Area Fruit Agent for Rutgers Cooperative Extension and Jon Clements UMass Extension Tree Fruit Specialist will be the features speakers. Bill Lord, UNH Cooperative Extension Fruit Specialist, Emeriti and Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH Cooperative Extension Entomology Specialist will be speaking along with two farmer discussion panels taking place.This workshop is taking place at the UNH CE Hillsborough County Office in Goffstown, NH on November 8, 2008, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required for lunch and the cost is $15.00 per individual for lunch and refreshments. To guarantee lunch, please register by October 31, 2008.
UNH CE Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
01/13/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with January 20, 2009 to receive credit.
Gilman Library, Alton NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
01/20/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be in addition to the January 13, 2009 class to get credits.
Gilman Library, Alton NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
01/14/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with January 21, 2009 to get credit for attending.
UNHCE Merrimack County Office, Boscawen, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
01/21/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with January 14, 2009 to get credit for attending.
UNHCE Merrimack County Office, Boscawen, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
02/03/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with February 10, 2009 to get credit for attending.
Brady & Sullivan Tower cafe, Manchester, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
02/10/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with February 3, 2009 to get credit for attending.
Brady & Sullivan Tower cafe, Manchester, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
02/04/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with February 11, 2009 to get credit for attending.
Fall Mountain Regional High School, Langdon, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
02/11/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with February 4, 2009 to get credit for attending.
Fall Mountain Regional High School, Langdon, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
03/04/09 IPM and the Pesticide Applicator
Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with March 11, 2009 to get credit for attending.
UNHCE GraftonCounty Office, North Haverhill, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
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Integrated pest management (IPM) is a sustainable approach to managing pests. IPM practitioners base decisions on information that is collected systematically as they integrate economic, environmental and social goals. Sharpen your Integrated Pest Management skills and attend this worthwhile workshop. NOTE: This class must be attended with March 4, 2009 to get credit for attending.
UNHCE Grafton County Office, North Haverhill, NH Rachel Maccini 603-629-9494 7
03/24/09 NH Fruit Growers' Annual Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. The NH Fruit Growers Association is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers' meeting. Featured speakers are Glen Koehler, University of Maine, and Mo and Andre Tougas, Tougas Family Farm, Northboro, MA. Please register by March 17, contact Katie Surowiec, NHFGA Secretary, at (603)286-4069. Cost: $25 per member/$30 per non-member, includes lunch.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3.5 P/C
04/04/09 Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or later. George Hamilton will be explaining and demonstrating fruit pruning techniques. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. Feature pruning mature semi-dwarf and standard apple trees and peach trees before noon, and in the afternoon blueberries and grapes.
183 Amherst Road, Merrimack, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P
04/03/09 Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. George Hamilton will explain and demonstrate fruit pruning techniques, and features pruning mature grape vines. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. This demonstration takes place at Brookdale Fruit Farm Packinghouse, Broad Street (Route 130), Hollis.
Brookdale Fruit Farm - Packing House 36 Broad St. George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 P
04/10/09 Spring Forage Crop Meeting
10:00 a.m. to noon. Actual hands-on Boom Sprayer Calibration Demonstration and review of the 2009 Weed Management and Herbicide Recommendations for Corn and Forages.
Highway View Farm, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
04/16/09 Orchard Sprayer Calibration Workshop
This orchard sprayer calibration workshop will be taught by Dr. Andrew Landers, Cornell University. This is a by invitation only meeting, contact Suzanne Hebert at (603)862-3200 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and from 1:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. There will be a $10 fee for lunch per person.
UNH Kingman Research Farm, Route 155, Madbury George Hamilton (603)641-6060 5 P/C
04/22/09 Joint NH/VT Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting
5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Hosted by Nancy and Paul Franklin. Alan Eaton (UNH Cooperative Extension Entomology and IPM Specialist), Lorraine Berkett (UVM Extension Professor), and Bill Lord (UNH Cooperative Extension Fruit Specialist, Emeritus) will be discussing pest management options and orchard management issues.
Riverview Farm, 141 River Road, Plainfield George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
08/20/09 Small Fruits and Veggie Twilight Meeting
Topics to be covered -Integrated Pest Management - Transitioning to Organic farming - Cultural practices - Update on Insect, diseases on blueberries, raspberries and mixed vegetables - Organic, natural pesticide and alternatives - Biological control - Bird and netting control Speakers Speakers from UNH Cooperative Extension are: Alan Eaton, Entomology and Integrated Pest Management Specialist, Becky Grube, Sustainable Horticulture Specialist, Cheryl Smith, Plant Health Specialist, Nada Haddad Agriculture Extension Educator and Janis Connor, Agriculture Inspector with the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food
Blueberry Bay Farm Nada Haddad 603-679-5616 2 (Two)Pesticide credits - Private/Commercial
11/14/09 Tree Fruits - Year in Review and Planning for the Future; A Risk Management Seminar for Orchardists!
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Cost: $15.00 per individual to cover the cost of lunch and refreshments An all-day seminar for commercial tree fruit orchardists will take place, featuring production topics on raising tree fruits. Feature presentations will be made by David Rosenberger, Cornell University - Hudson Valley Laboratory, dealing with Apple Diseases and Stone Fruit Disease Management. Bill Lord, UNHCE Fruit Specialist, Emeriti; Mike Sciabarrasi, UNHCE, Agricultural Business Management Specialist; and Dr. Alan Eaton, UNHCE Entomology Specialist will be speaking. Additionally, two farmer discussion panels will be taking place.
UNH CE - Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
03/25/10 NH Fruit Growers' Annual Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The NH Fruit Growers Association is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers' meeting. Featured speakers are Jon Clements, UMass Extensiom, and Mo and UNH CE Extension Specialists Farm, Northboro, MA. Please register by March 17, contact Katie Surowiec, NHFGA Secretary, at (603)286-4069. Cost: $25 per member/$30 per non-member, includes lunch.
Alan's Restaurant, Boscawen, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
03/27/10 Home Gardeners Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or later. George Hamilton will be explaining and demonstrating fruit pruning techniques. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. Feature pruning mature semi-dwarf and standard apple trees and peach trees before noon, and in the afternoon blueberries and grapes.
183 Amherst Road, Merrimack, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1.5 P
04/02/10 Home Gardeners Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. George Hamilton will explain and demonstrate fruit pruning techniques, and features pruning mature grape vines. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. This demonstration takes place at Brookdale Fruit Farm Packinghouse, Broad Street (Route 130), Hollis.
36 Broad St., Hollis, Brookdale Fruit Farm - Packi George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 P
04/07/10 Home Gardeners Fruit Pruning Demonstration Meeting
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. or later. George Hamilton will be explaining and demonstrating fruit pruning techniques. Dress for the weather with proper clothing and foot gear. Features pruning young (5 to 15 years old) dwarf apple, pear, peach, cherry, and plum fruit trees.
439 Mason Road, Milford, NH, George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 P
03/20/10 New Hampshire Beekeepers Association Annual Meeting
Time: 8:30 Sign in; 9:00 am - 3:00 pm meeting. Cost: $20 per member, $35 per non-member, includes lunch; to register: Call Wendy Booth at (603-679-1971) or < info@HiveHealthy.com >, by March 15, 2010. Featured Speaker: Maryann Frazier, Senior Extension Associate, Department of Entomology, The Pennsylvania State University.
Lakeshore Fare, Northwood, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3.5 P/C
03/19/10 The World of the Honeybee! An Agricultural Professionals Seminar
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Cost is $10.00 per person for lunch. Register on-line through the In-service web site. First 25 participants register for the meeting will be given a binder of reference materials developed for Bee School offered by the Pawtuckaway Beekeepers Association. Featured Speaker: Maryann Frazier, Senior Extension Associate, Department of Entomology, The Pennsylvania State University.
Lakeshore Farm, Northwood, NH Alan Eaton or George Hamilton (603)862-1734 3.5 P/C
04/08/10 Boom Sprayer Calibration Demonstration for Farmers
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm Carl Majewski, Cheshire County Agricultural Resources Educator, will present an update on silage corn weed herbicide options. A demonstration on boom sprayer calibration will be conducted. Chad Cochrane, the new District Conservationist Hillsborough County will present an update on NRCS programs.
Pomeroy Dairy Farm, Amherst Road, Mont Vernon, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2.5 P/C
04/21/10 Tree Fruit Growers Meeting - Sprayer Patternator For An Airblast Sprayer Calibration
Time: 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Special meeting where Jon Clements, UMASS tree fruit extension specialist will demonstrate use of a sprayer patternator for an airblast sprayer calibration.
Macks's Apples of Moose Hill Orchards, Londonderry George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
04/21/10 Tree Fruit Twilight Meeting for Commercial Fruit Growers
Time: 5:30 - 8:00 pm. The NH Fruit Growers Association is sponsoring this statewide commercial tree fruit growers twilight meeting. Extension Specialists from UMass and UNH will be present to discuss pest management options, and orchard management.
Macks's Apples of Moose Hill Orchards, Londonderry George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
04/19/10 New Hampshire Giant Pumpkin Growers Meeting - Disease Management and Squash Vine Borer
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Dr. Cheryl Smith, UNHCE Plant Health Specialist, will present on identifying pumpkin diseases and management options available. Also, George Hamilton will be discussing Squash Vine Borer. Pesticide Applicator recertification credits will be available. NH Giant Pumpkin Growers Association conduct a giant pumpkin seed raffle.
UNH CE - Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
04/27/10 2010 Insect IPM Program for Vegetables and Fruits for Hillsborough and Merrimack Counties
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Dr. Alan Eaton, UNH CE Entomology Specialist, and George Hamilton will present an informative lecture on identifying sweet corn insect pests and will discuss how to monitor and scout for these insects as well as how the information obtained is used for pest control options.
UNH CE - Hillsborough County Office, Goffstown, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 3 P/C
06/02/10 Zone Tillage and Soil Health Farm Twilight Meeting
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. The New Hampshire Vegetable and Berry Growers Association are sponsoring a commercial vegetable and berry growers twilight meeting. Jude Boucher from UConn Extension will discuss deep zone tillage, and Wilson Farm will be demonstrating the use of zone tillage equipment. UNH Cooperative Extension Specialists will be discussing pest management options and production management. Pesticide Applicator recertification credits will be available.
Wilson Farm of New Hampshire, Litchfield, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 2 P/C
05/26/10 The Whys & Hows of Using Drip Irrigation for Vegetable & Fruit Growers
A special farm twilight meeting will be taking place to reviewing drip irrigation options and strategies for vegetable and fruit production. Trevor Hardy of Brookdale Fruit Farm will present a hands-on demonstration on setting up a drip irrigation system, along various Agricultural Business Representatives.
Brookdale Fruit Farm, Hollis, NH George Hamilton (603)641-6060 1 P/C
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03/21/11 Blueberry School: From Field Management to Value-added products
Rokcingham County Nursing Home Auditorium Nada Haddad 603-679-5616 2.5 credits
03/23/11 Municipal Turf and Ground Conference
To register call Suzanne Hebert@unh.edu or 862-3200
The Oaks, Somersworth, NH Nada Haddad 679-5616 5.5
03/17/11 Pestici Training for Provate Pesticde Applicators
To pre-register contact Deb.Stevens@UNH.edu or 679-5616
Hilton Nursing Home Auditorium Nada Haddad 603-679-5616 4.5


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