Join Perennia on Saturday, June 17, for a morning in the field with Applied Research and Research Associate CCOVI and Professional Affiliate at Brock University, Kevin Ker, to discuss how to deal with vines and blocks showing different levels of vine survival, growth, and crop levels. Time will be spent on vine nutrition choices, pest control and training/retraining strategies! There will also be an open question and answer session.
Kevin Ker, Ph.D., Applied Research and Research Associate CCOVI and Professional Affiliate at Brock University
Kevin has more than 35 years of experience in tender fruit and grape production as a researcher, specialist, crop advisor and lecturer with Canadian and provincial government and universities
He has experience in international consulting in China, the US, Australia and NZ and is an invited lecturer and resource at multiple conferences and programs worldwide. Vine development and biology and vineyard practices specialist
His expertise includes tender fruit and grape pest management, vine and tree fruit nutrition programs, site establishment and rehabilitation, winter hardiness research, GPS vineyard and orchard mapping.
Gaspereau Vineyards, Gaspereau Vineyards, 2239 White Rock Rd, Wolfville, NS
*Attendees are asked to park behind the red barn