IPM: Practical Techniques for Nursery Crops

for Nursery Crop Producers, Landscape Technicians, Arborists, and Retailers

 

Elizabethtown: Wednesday, May 26, 2004
Hardin County Extension Office and Green Ridge Tree Farm

Program Contact: Amy Fulcher at 270/365-7541 ext. 279, afulcher@uky.edu
Local contact: Amy Aldenderfer at 270/765-4121, aaldende@uky.edu


CEUs

Pesticide - 4 general CEUs + 1 category specific CEU for categories 1A, 3,10,12, and 19

Certified Arborist - 6 CEUs

The 2004 Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Practical Techniques for Nursery Crops Programs will be held in Elizabethtown on May 26, 2004 and in Murray on August 3, 2004. Thanks to Kentucky IPM funding, the program will feature experts from Kentucky and beyond, all with nationally recognized expertise. IPM provides techniques that base spray decisions on insect population levels and on weather conditions necessary for disease development, rather than guesswork. This on-location program specializes in the application of IPM techniques such as resistant plants, scouting, nutrition monitoring, and economic thresholds. Featuring an IPM team with decades of experience, nursery producers and tree and shrubs care providers will acquire practical skills and knowledge that can be put in to use in their horticulture business.

Detailed information related to the August 3, 2004 Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Practical Techniques for Nursery Crops program will be posted to this website in the future.

IPM: Practical Techniques for Nursery Crops Program pdf - Elizabethtown

IPM: Practical Techniques for Nursery Crops - Elizabethtown Registration Form

Driving Directions - Elizabethtown

 
 

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