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Use of the UCCE-SLO weather station network and supporting tools to guide spray management

 

The UC Cooperative Extension is offering a 1.5 hour seminar to present information about using the UCCE SLO County weather station network to help manage spray applications, in particular to help address the risk of spray drift.

Alternative low-cost portable tools for measuring the real-time temperature inversion conditions on site will also be presented.

Additionally attendees can engage in discussion about the operation of the weather station network, provide feedback on how it can be improved to help address grower needs, and consider options to allow the system to continue operating into the future. 

1.5 hours of DPR CE units and Certified Crop Adviser CEU's will be requested.

 

Date: March 24, 2023

Time: 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Location: Robert Hall Winery, 3443 Mill Road, Paso Robles (map)

Cost: $10 per person

 

Advance registration is required to attend the meeting. The registration form is at the bottom of this web page. The $10 fee may be paid by credit card or check.

 

Meeting agenda:

9:15 - Check in and refreshments

9:30 - An overview of the UCCE SLO weather station network and its applications for helping improve spray management. Use of low-cost portable inversion measurement tools. Future of the UCCE SLO network.

Mark Battany, UCCE San Luis Obispo

11:00 - Adjourn

 

Registration:

$10.00 required charge