Category Archives: webinar

Free Webinar! The ABC’s of Pest Control: Allergens, Baits, and Cockroaches

Free Webinar! The ABC’s of Pest Control: Allergens, Baits, and Cockroaches March 2nd, 2017, 2 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. EST/1 p.m. – 2:30 CST/noon – 1:30 p.m. MST/11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. PST Cockroach infestations can get out of hand … Continue reading

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Webinars planned on Integrated Management of Palmer Amaranth and Target Spot in Cotton and other Crops in the Southeast

Please see the following two webinar announcements. Dr. Bagavathiannan and Dr. Hagan will be discussing their projects that were funded by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s Crop Protection and Pest Management – Applied Research and Development Program in … Continue reading

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2017 webinar series All Bugs Good and Bad starts Feb. 3

https://learn.extension.org/events/2300 The 2017 webinar series All Bugs Good and Bad starts this Friday. Please join us for this webinar series for information you can use about good and bad insects.  We used your feedback to bring topics that you suggested. … Continue reading

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Webinar: PAM: a bioeconomic decision-support tool for guiding the management of Palmer amaranth

From IPM in the Siuth by Rosemary Hallberg Herbicide resistance in Palmer amaranth (known as Palmer pigweed) is a serious issue in the Southern US and is spreading to several other states. Repeated use of a few herbicide mechanisms of … Continue reading

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Ohio State University announces ag marketing webinars

The Ohio State University Direct Agricultural Marketing Team would like to share our new webinar schedule for the 2017 year.  We are excited to once again offer these FREE webinars once a month.  Each webinar begins at 12 noon, with … Continue reading

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Experts to present webinar series on crop pollination

The majority of U.S. specialty crop growers depend on bees for pollination of their crops. Growers know that without adequate pollination, they would not be profitable. But what are the best pollination strategies for fruit, vegetable, and nut crops? What … Continue reading

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Webinar on Ensuring Crop Pollination in US Specialty Crops starts Jan. 24

This webinar series will provide an overview of pollination requirements and strategies to ensure pollination of different specialty crops. Farmers and gardeners rely on crop pollinators, including honey bees, alternative managed bees like the blue orchard bee, and wild bees. Pollination experts … Continue reading

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Spotted Wing Drosophila webinar scheduled for Jan. 25 – register now!

Members of the Sustainable SWD Project will present a webinar online on Jan. 25 at 12-1 p.m. eastern time, highlighting information about control of the invasive insect pest, spotted wing Drosophila. The webinar titled “Making the Most of Your Insecticide Toolbox to … Continue reading

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Webinar to compare cost factors of Integrated Pest Management and Natural Lawn Care turf management versus conventional

The Midwest Pesticide Action Center in partnership with the Illinois Sports Turf Managers Association will host its second Midwest Grows Green Lawn & Land Forum webinar on Wednesday Jan. 18 at 10 am. In this session, our two panelists Dan Dinelli from North Shore Country Club and Jeff … Continue reading

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Bed Bugs in Chicago: Expert Webinar Series starts Dec. 14

Bed Bugs in Chicago: Expert Webinar Series Click here for details.

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