Nursery Grower IPM Seminars start NEXT WEEK!

Calling All Wholesale Nursery Growers!

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I will be conducting the 12th annual IPM in the Nursery seminars at 3 sites this year:

  • Bethany Church (near Bakker) (#1388 Third St., St. Catharine’s) on Tuesday, Feb 25    10:00 – 12:30   
  • Copetown Community Centre  (#1950 Governors Rd) on Thursday, Feb 27           10:00 – 12:30   
  •  Claremont Legion (#4937 Old Brock Rd) on Tuesday, Mar 4                                      11:00 – 1:30   

This seminar will cover Integrated Pest Management (with an emphasis on Monitoring), pest identification and a review of common pests and problems found in the wholesale nursery (mainly woody plants, some perennials).  Photos will be used for discussion and group problem solving.  Reference materials will also be available for viewing.

There is no charge for attendance.  Seating is limited, RSVP only.

If you are a nursery grower interested in attending, please E-MAIL Kathleen (kathleenp@landscapeontario.com) with the
1) NAMES of interested parties from your
2) Your NURSERY NAME
3) Seminar LOCATION you would like to attend.

Many thanks to our host nurseries for covering costs of room rentals!!!
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Landscapers, Arborists and Garden Centre professionals who are interested in learning more about IPM in woody ornamentals are reminded of the Woody IPM workshop I will be teaching on March 13 at Landscape Ontario HQ in Milton.  This “IPM in the Woody Landscape” seminar can be found on pg. 17 of the LO Professional Development Guide.  Register through LO by clicking HERE.

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One Response to Nursery Grower IPM Seminars start NEXT WEEK!

  1. Don Voorhees says:

    Hi, Jen. Thank you for all your hard work preparing timely information for our industry. I am retired now, however I am never too old to learn new methods to keeping trees and shrubs healthy.
    Don Voorhees

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