Turf and Ornamentals School

Pest management information on ornamental plants and turfgrass pests will be covered at this informative school.
Turf and Ornamentals School - Workshops
Language: English
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When: Mon., Jan. 28, 2019
(8:00 AM - 3:30 PM)

Where: Hershey-Grantville Holiday Inn
604 Station Rd.
Grantville, Pennsylvania 17028
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registration deadline: January 24, 2019
11:59 p.m.

The Turf and Ornamentals School is an all day program providing pest management information on ornamental plants and turfgrass pests.

Credit Information

Pesticide recertification credits will be available pending approval from the Department of Agriculture.


Monday, January 28, 2019

08:00 am Registration

Breakout Session 1

08:40 am Keeping up with Pesticide Resistance Management Credits: Core

08:40 am Management of Aquatic Weeds and Algae Credits: Cat. PC, 9, 18, 23

Breakout Session 2

09:50 am Managing Landscape Diseases Amidst Extreme Weather Conditions Credits: Cat. PC, 7, 18, 23

09:50 am Managing Scale Insects in the Mid-Atlantic Credits: Cat. PC, 6, 18, 23

Breakout Session 3

11:00 am Turf Disease and Weed Problems in Wet Summers Credits: Cat. PC, 7, 18, 23

11:00 am Adjuvants vs Surfactants Credits: Core

12:00 pm Lunch (provided)

Breakout Session 4

01:00 pm Tree of Heaven Identification and Control and an Introduction to Wavyleaf Basketgrass Credits: Cat. PC, 10, 18, 23

01:00 pm Overview and Diagnosis of Significant Landscape Diseases that Created Concern During 2018 Credits: Cat. PC, 5, 6, 18, 23

Breakout Session 5

02:10 pm Where Do We Go as Concern Grows Over Product Selection for Ornamental Plant Pest Control? Credits: Cat. PC, 6, 18, 23

02:10 pm PDA Updates, a Look at Inspections, and a Refresher on Specific Requirements Credits: Core


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