Webinar: Indiana EIP Project Highlights

Cliff Sadof, Professor and IPM Coordinator at Purdue University, will share updates from Indiana’s Extension Implementation Program (EIP) on September 15 during the next Pests and Progress webinar. Sadof is one of several Extension specialists from across Indiana who collaborates with state and national stakeholder groups as part of this EIP program. The goals of this program are to promote integrated pest management (IPM) implementation in agronomic crops and specialty crops, to increase IPM use in communities (such as schools), to help control invasive species and increase pollinator health. Sadof will share recent EIP efforts, including details about recent events and presentations, apps, and blogs, along with assessments of these outreach efforts.

Hands on training to look for corn pests.
Caption: Hands-on training remains at the core of Indiana’s EIP program despite increased virtual programming in response to the pandemic.

This Pests and Progress webinar featuring Sadof will be held on Wednesday, September 15 at 1:30 pm ET (12:30 pm CT). You must register to receive the link to this free online presentation.

The August Pests and Progress webinar featured Bob Wright from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Wight described updates and highlights of Nebraska EIP Project, and the recording is available on the North Central IPM Center YouTube Channel.

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