High Tunnel, Greenhouse Vegetable IPM Webinars Slated for February and March

Cornell University will be holding a series of short webinars on Greenhouse/High Tunnel Vegetable IPM on Thursdays from 12-1 in February and March.  The idea behind each webinar is for each topic to be briefly covered and then followed by discussion:

  • Feb. 2: Introduction to the project
  • Feb. 9 and Feb 16: Basics of light, water fertility, media as they relate to pest management
  • Feb. 23: Vegetable crop production in greenhouses and high tunnels
  • March 2: Disease management in greenhouses and high tunnels
  • March 9: Insect management in greenhouses and high tunnels
  • March 16: Weed management in greenhouses and high tunnels, especially in winter production
  • March 23: How to write/use an IPM plan

Zoom information for each webinar will be coming soon. All webinars will be recorded for those who can’t attend in person.

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