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New sprayer technology comparisons

March 16 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MDT

Colorado State University logo with text "Winter Webinar Series" in front of a snowy vineyard


“Lunch and Learn” series of webinars focused on issues, pest and disease updates, and technology of interest for the Colorado wine industry


Sprayer technologies are advancing all the time but are these changes going to help you in your vineyard? Join the CSU viticulture team and Dr. Margaret McCoy for a comparison of new sprayer technologies from her work in Washington state vineyards.

The event will be held Virtually and take place on March 16th from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM MT.

Preregistration on Eventbrite is required to receive Zoom log-in information:

Registration closes March 16th at 11:00AM to allow time for delivery of Zoom information.

The email provided to Eventbrite will be the email we will be sending all workshop communications to. Be sure to use an email that is checked regularly.


12:00 PM      Attendees join

12:05 PM      Quick updates and speaker introduction

12:10 PM      Topic of the day

12:45 PM      Questions for the speaker

1:00 PM      Adjourn

Speaker Biography

Margaret McCoy lives in Central Washington where she decided to stay after graduating from Washington State University with her PhD in horticulture. Being a transplant from a rural, midwestern vegetable farm she learned a lot about crops she had never seen, and continues to expand her love of specialized machinery used in the various industries across the region. She now works for True Organic Products as their PNW Research Agronomist. When isn’t at work, she has her own hobby vineyard, chickens, and kitchen garden to keep her busy throughout the year.

Headshot of Margaret McCoy, Ph.D.

Contact Information

For more information on the workshop please contact: Dr. Charlotte Oliver ([email protected])

Anyone attending this program who requires auxiliary aids or services, please contact Charlotte Oliver at 970-241-3346, ext. 105 or [email protected]

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