|Turf to Trees 2019 - Applied Urban Integrated Pest Management Workshops (Horticulture/Urban IPM)
Are you interested in Urban IPM Certification or do you want to learn more about plant diseases, insect pests, and weed identification in urban environments in Montana? If the answer is yes, this workshop is for you! Montana State University’s Urban Integrated Pest Management program is hosting an in-depth training for 1.5 days from September 10-11, 2019. Continuing education credits will be available.
Our guest speaker is Dr. Raymond Cloyd from Kansas State University. Dr. Cloyd is a professor and extension specialist in horticultural entomology for the state of Kansas with a major clientele that includes homeowners, master gardeners, and professional and commercial operators. His research and extension program involves plant protection/pest management in greenhouses, nurseries, landscapes, turfgrass, conservatories, interiorscapes, Christmas trees, vegetables and fruits, and pollinators. Additional key speakers will be MSU Extension specialists Dr. Tim Seipel and Dr. Eva Grimme.
Topics will include IPM for greenhouses and local food production, biocontrol options, tree related abiotic and biotic issues, insect diagnosis and management recommendations, and weed identification. Examples of plant diseases, insect pests, and abiotic issues will be demonstrated and discussed during a tour of the MSU campus.
The 35 available spaces will be filled on a first-serve basis. A registration fee will be charged per participant and workshop. Please find additional information and the registration form in the attached PDF documents.
If you have questions, please contact Dr. Eva Grimme at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-994-5150.
Alert Period: 07/18/2019 - 09/14/2019
Submitted By: Eva Grimme