Register for the Northwest Michigan Roundtable Discussion on Under-Vine Management Hybrid Meeting on June 10

Under-vine mowing and perennial cover crops are used to reduce canopy vigor and pesticide use, as well as to regulate competition for nutrients and water.

grape vines in a field
Photo by: Esmaeil Nasrollahiazar, Michigan State University Extension

Parallel 45 Vines & Wines and Michigan State University Extension are very excited to welcome grape growers from across Michigan and the Midwest to the Northwest Michigan Roundtable Discussion on Under-Vine Management, which will be held as a hybrid meeting on June 10 at Shady Lane Cellars from 3-5 p.m.

We will offer two Michigan Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP) applicator recertification credits for private and commercial fruit to the meeting participants.

Advance registration is required but there is no fee to attend this meeting in-person or virtually. Registration closes at midnight on Wednesday, June 8, so don’t miss out!

On the morning of the meeting, virtual participants will receive a Zoom link and will need to download Zoom to their computer or smartphone to participate.

Register for Under-Vine Management

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