A Wild blueberry field days event is set to run from 10 a.m. to noon. Friday, May 20, at Blue Hill Berry Company, 365 Route 172 in Surry, hosted by the University of Maine Cooperative EXtension. Courtesy of UMaine Cooperative Extension

University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s wild blueberry field days event is set to be held from 10 a.m. to noon Friday, May 20, at Blue Hill Berry Company, 365 Route 172 in Surry.

Organic management of spring pests and recent research results on crop management practices will be the primary meeting topics, according to a news release from the Orono-based extension office.

Lily Calderwood, UMaine Extension wild blueberry specialist and University of Maine assistant professor of horticulture, will be joined in the field by Phil Fanning, UMaine assistant professor of agricultural entomology, and Seanna Annis, UMaine associate professor of mycology.

The field days are free; registration is requested.

One pesticide credit is approved.

To register and to find more information, visit extension.umaine.edu.

For more information or to request a reasonable accommodation, contact Mary Michaud at 207-581-3175 or [email protected].