Webinars

Upcoming Webinars 

Diagnostics and IPM for Herbaceous Perennials and Annuals in the Landscape

Thursday, July 23 – 10:00 - 11:30 am EST

Karen Rane, David Clement and Stanton Gill of the University of Maryland Extension will cover disease and insect biology, lifecycle and control options using IPM methods for herbaceous perennials and annuals in the landscape. This session will improve your diagnostic skills in solving and dealing with problems on herbaceous plant material. An audience interactive question and answer session will be held at the end of the presentations. 

 

Speakers

  • David Clement, University of Maryland Extension Plant Pathology Specialist, HGIC

  • Stanton Gill, University of Maryland Extension Specialist in IPM and Entomology, CMREC

  • Karen Rane, Plant Pathologist and Director of the University of Maryland Plant Diagnostic Laboratory

 

Member - $29    Nonmember - $39

 

Tree problems - Diagnostic and Solutions

Thursday, August 20 – 10:00 - 11:30 am EST

Karen Rane, David Clement and Stanton Gill (Entomologist)  of the University of Maryland Extension will cover diagnostic skill building for dealing with major tree problems caused by physiological conditions, disease and insects. Participants will learn the steps in diagnosing tree problems. The team will cover major, current tree problems in 2020 in the landscape and what you do to control these diseases and pests using IPM methods based on our and other University research efforts. An audience interactive question and answer session will be held at the end of the presentations. 

Speakers

  • David Clement, University of Maryland Extension Plant Pathology Specialist, HGIC

  • Stanton Gill, University of Maryland Extension Specialist in IPM and Entomology, CMREC

  • Karen Rane, Plant Pathologist and Director of the University of Maryland Plant Diagnostic Laboratory

Member - $29    Nonmember - $39

 

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What Is Up in the Landscape This Spring?

Recorded: Thursday, May 28 

 

Four University of Maryland Extension Specialists in horticulture, entomology, and pathology will walk you through what the current disease, insect, mite, and nutrient disorders you should be watching out for in early summer.

 

CEUs approved

MD: 2 credits  Categories: 3A, 3B, 3C, PVT

DC: seeking approval

 

Speakers
  • David Clement, University of Maryland Extension Plant Pathology Specialist, HGIC
  • Stanton Gill, University of Maryland Extension Specialist in IPM and Entomology, CMREC
  • Karen Rane, Plant Pathologist and Director of the University of Maryland Plant Diagnostic Laboratory
  • Andrew Ristvey, University of Maryland Extension Specialist in Commercial Horticulture, WYEREC, with an expertise in nutrient and water plant related problem-solving

Purchase Price

Member - $19    Nonmember - $29

 

 

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