At this time we do not have any upcoming workshops
Improving efficiency of hazelnut production by developing intensive training systems
Intensively farmed hazelnuts shows promise in reducing input costs while maximizing yield and profits. During this workshop Dr. Iglesias shared his preliminary data from intensively farming hazelnuts for 7 years and, and compared these results with other deciduous fruit crops that are already farmed using these methods. Click here to access the recorded workshop.
Bud Mite Biology and Management
This online workshop covered biology and management of bud mites in hazelnuts in the Pacific Northwest. We discussed monitoring techniques, management options and timing during the first portion of the workshop, and then opened the workshop up for discussion between attendees. Click here to access the recorded workshop.
Establishing Equitable Leases for Hazelnut Orchards
AgBiz Logic is a sweet of economic tools, which can help guide businesses in making economic decisions. The link for the AgBiz Logic page can be found here. To access the AgLease 101 page, which helps land owners and land operators learn about alternative lease arrangements, click here.
This workshop provided an opportunity to learn about pruning several different varieties of young hazelnut trees. This event was held in cooperation with Willamette Hazelnut Growers.
If you were not able to attend the workshop, or would like to review some of the basic information that was presented, please take a look at our handout here.
Sprayer Calibration Workshop
The Sprayer Calibration Workshop was a great success, please click here to download the PowerPoint presentation from the class.
Click here to access TurboMist’s free online software that can assist with calibrating your airblast sprayer.
Click here to obtain a free copy of Airblast 101- A comprehensive handbook that describes best practices for airblast spraying.