University of Connecticut Extension to host one-day biological control conference

University of Connecticut Extension to host one-day biological control conference

The event takes place on June 19 in New Haven, Connecticut.

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May 3, 2019

On June 19, the University of Connecticut Extension will host a one-day greenhouse biological control conference. The event will be hosted at the Jones Auditorium, The Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station in New Haven, Connecticut.

Speakers at the event include:

  • Ron Valentin, Bioworks - “Strategies for Success with Biological Controls:  Planning and Forecasting”
  • Suzanne Wainwright Evans, Buglady Consulting - “Proper Identification of Aphids, Thrips & Other Troublesome Pests” and “Grower Case Studies: What’s Working?”
  • Steven Arthurs, BioBee USA - “Supplemental Foods and their Applications”
  • Chris Schlegel,  DS Cole Growers - “Biological Controls at DS Cole” 

Five pesticide recertification credits will be offered to attendees. Registration costs $25 and includes lunch, handouts and refreshments. To register, contact, Leanne Pundt at leanne.pundt@uconn.edu or 860-626-6855.