Coffee Berry Borer Update Workshop - Oahu
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Hawaii Agricultural Research Center – Kunia Research Station
94-340 Kunia Rd.
Waipahu, HI 96796
Registration is required. RSVP at www.HawaiiCoffeeEd.com/cbboahu or by contacting Gina at 808-322‐4892 by February 18th.
Coffee Berry Borer (CBB), a damaging pest of coffee, was found on Oahu in 2014 and has continued to spread to farms on the island. This beetle bores into the fruit and damages the seed, affecting coffee yield and quality. If left uncontrolled, CBB can cause over 80% cherry infestation and lead to immense damage to the Hawaii coffee industry. CBB is controlled using integrated pest management (IPM), which uses a combination of different techniques, as no single method will control CBB on its own.
UH-CTAHR, USDA and HDOA welcomes you to join us at this informational CBB workshop for coffee farmers. Topics will include:
This workshop is funded by UH-CTAHR, HDOA, USDA and HARC.
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