OFVC’s student poster winners

Congratulations to the winners of the student poster competition at the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention (OFVC). All are studying at the University of Guelph. First place went to Stephen Reynolds for “Evaluation of weather-based forecasting models and cultivar resistance to manage leaf curl on celery crops in Ontario.”  Second place went to Susan Willis Chan for “Survey of pollinators on pumpkin and squash (Cucurbita pepo) crops in Ontario, with special emphasis on the native squash bee (Peponapis pruinosa).  Third place went to Zachariah Telfer for “Assessing new chemical control options for carrot weevil in the Holland Marsh.”

 

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