IPM Symposium in Western NC – biocontrol, bees, and bugs

This is a fantastic symposium that has grown each year. It provides high-level information on IPM from national experts in biological control, pest ID, scouting and monitoring, disease management, pesticide use, and other topics. See the full schedule of speakers and topics then register here. It is a real bargain for such good talks and is one of the few places you can get your fill of biological control info along-side more traditional IPM.

2017-06-26T20:09:39-04:00 July 15th, 2015|Categories: Greenhouse IPM, Landscape IPM, Natural Enemies, Nursery IPM|Tags: |

About the Author:

Steve Frank
I am broadly interested in the ecology and management of arthropod pests. Herbivorous arthropods cause extraordinary damage to plants in agricultural, urban, and natural ecosystems. Understanding interactions between pests and their environment, plant hosts, and natural enemies can improve management practices and reduce pesticide applications.