Jim Jasinski, professor and IPM program coordinator from Ohio State University, will share, “From Bees to Beans, a Five Part Review of the OSU IPM Program,” on Wednesday, March 16 at 1:30 pm ET (12:30 pm CT).
Jasinski will describe the key projects and accomplishments of the Ohio IPM Program, including details about specialty crops, agronomic crops, bed bug IPM, pollinator health and support of the Pest Diagnostic Clinic.
The Ohio State University IPM Program serves diverse stakeholders, including growers, underserved audiences, commodity associations, residents, small businesses, government officials and nongovernmental organizations. To meet the diverse needs of these groups, a variety of tools and outreach strategies are used and will be described in this session.
Please register to receive the link to this free online presentation.
The February Pests and Progress webinar featured Anthony Hanson from University of Minnesota. Hanson shared, “Region-wide Surveys and Pest Forecasting for Advancing Minnesota IPM,” and the recording is available on the North Central IPM Center YouTube Channel.
Ohio State University Extension publication describing recent IPM program successes.