Please join us for this webinar series for information you can use about good and bad insects. We will discuss how you can help pollinators and other good insects by using pesticides properly. We will also talk about how to control insects we think of as bad, like fire ants, vegetable bugs, a new invasive fruit fly, and cockroaches. Snakes aren't insects but they can be good and bad, so we will have a webinar about them too. Webinars will be on the first Friday of each month at 2 p.m. Eastern time. Click on the title for information on how to connect to the webinar.
FEBRUARY 5, 2016
MARCH 4, 2016
Kill That Queen the First Time: Tips for Making Fire Ant Mound Treatments
Presented by Dr. Jason Oliver, Tennessee State University
Moderated by Lucy Edwards, Marcus Garner, and David Koon
APRIL 1, 2016
Help Pollinators Cope with Pesticides
Presented by Sallie Lee, Dr. Jim Tew, Dani Carroll, and Jack Rowe, Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Moderated by Mallory Kelley, Denise Heubach, and Ellen Huckabay
MAY 6, 2016
JUNE 3, 2016
AUGUST 5, 2016
SEPTEMBER 2, 2016
OCTOBER 7, 2016
Don't Use Too Much Pesticide or Fertilizer:- Learn How to Calibrate Your Lawn and Garden Sprayers and Spreaders
Presented by Dr. Ples Spradley, University of Arkansas
Moderated by Taylor Vandiver and Ellen Huckabay
NOVEMBER 4, 2016
Presented by City of New Orleans Mosquito, Termite and Rodent Control Board.
Moderated by David Koon and Tim Crow
The 2016 Webinars are brought to you by the Imported Fire Ants, Urban IPM, and Pesticide Environmental Stewardship eXtension Communities of Practice; and by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the University of Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and Clemson Cooperative Extension. Series Coordinator: Kathy Flanders, Auburn University. Marketing: Amanda Tedrow, University of Georgia. Webinar Text Chat Moderators: Tim Davis and Vicky Bertagnolli-Heller, Clemson Cooperative Extension.
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