IPM Diagnostic Workshop for Trees and Shrubs July 9 – Guelph

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Calling all Arborists and Landscape Professionals!

Would you like a mid-season review of some of the current pest and physiological problems in the woody landscape?

We are putting on an IPM Workshop for Trees and Shrubs at the University of Guelph Arboretum on Tuesday, July 9.

 This workshop will include some lecture (lots of photos!), field tour, fresh samples and help with diagnosis from experts in the field.  Feel free to bring your own fresh samples for diagnosis too.

Come and spend the day with us to sharpen your diagnostic skills and become more familiar with IPM resources that will make your job easier.

 ISA Continuing Education Credits are available.  Space is limited, first come, first served.

Where:  UNIVERSITY OF GUELPH ARBORETUM CENTRE

(enter off south side of College Ave, just West of Victoria Rd.)

When:  Tuesday July 9, 2013  (9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)

This 2013 ISA Ontario Chapter IPM FOR WOODY PLANTS field course is designed to give you the opportunity to develop hands-on diagnostic skills and utilize valuable resources as the first step in IPM.  This workshop combines field study and sample collection, lecture and hands-on diagnostics to help you identify plant problems more effectively.  CEU’s are available.

Keynote speakers include:

 Jen Llewellyn, Nursery Crop SpecialistOntario Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Rural Affairs,

Dr. Shannon Shan, Supervisor and Plant Diagnostic Pathologist, University of Guelph’s Pest Diagnostic Clinic Sean Fox, Assistant Manager and Head Horticulturalist –  University of Guelph Arboretum.

This workshop is offered in partnership with the University of Guelph, the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food and Ministry of Rural Affairs and ISA Ontario Chapter.  Space is limited to 30 attendees.

To Register fill out the FORM and : fax to 1-855-329-4726; email: info@isaontario.com

 

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