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Protect That Hemp Crop

July 22 at 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

“Protect That Hemp Crop” is part of the Summer Webinar Series.  Joanne Lutz, GGSPro Technical Specialist, Griffin will talk about the top pathogens, insects and mites that impact hemp. Get tips for scouting for early detection and understand strategies for preventative and curative control, including use of biological control agents (BCAs, aka the good bugs) against insect and mite pests. Includes pest ID and biology so you better understand why the recommendations work.

1 PA Credit

Click here to register online.  Please use the email address CNLA has on file for you. Please register through the Organization Registration.

Click here to sign up as a sponsor.

 

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration for the individual sessions ends the Monday prior to the session.

To receive credit, you MUST be a registered attendee with your own email address.  You must submit your license # and a photo ID.

Click here to register online.  Please register through your company and be sure to use the email address CNLA has on file for you.

Click here to download the registration form. Scan and email the completed form with payment information to the CNLA office (info@cnla.biz) or mail the completed form with payment to the CNLA Executive Office, PO Box 30, Bloomfield, CT 06002

CNLA Members: $20 pp/Single Session | $70 pp for All Four Sessions
Nonmembers: $35 pp/Single Session | $85 pp for All Four Sessions

SCHEDULE

JULY 29, 2020 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Weeds and Seeds in the Landscape
Dan Dalton, Naugatuck Valley Community College

1 PA/3A/3B Credit

Controlling weeds in our nurseries and landscapes can be a daunting task.  This seminar will cover identification of some of the more common weeds and strategies for managing them.

AUGUST 5, 2020 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

2020 Nursery & Landscape Disease Update
Abby Beissinger, Assistant Extension Educator & Plant Pathologist, UCONN Department of Plant Science & Landscape Architecture

1 PA/3A Credit

An overview of the common diseases found in 2020 of ornamental plants in Connecticut.  You will leave with an understanding of signs/systems of disease, environmental conditions that favor disease development, and management strategies.

AUGUST 12, 2020 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

General Pesticide Safety Discussion
Mary Concklin, Visiting Extension Educator – Fruit Production and IPM, IPM Program Coordinator, Department of Plant Science & Landscape Architecture, UCONN

1 PA/3A/3B Credit

General Pesticide Safety Discussion

 

SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

The format of the Summer Field Day may be different, but the quality of the programming is not.  And we need your help to meet our goal.  Without the help of companies like yours we will not be able to offer programs like these that provide credits to those that need them and professional develop on the hot topics in the green industry. Please consider being a Program Sponsor for one, or more, of our Summer Webinars.  Sponsor organizations will receive recognition on program eblasts, 3 minute introduction at the beginning of the session, company name on the opening slide of the presentation, recognition on the CNLA website, Facebook and other social media platforms.

$500/session (the number of sponsorships are unlimited).  Click here to sign up as a sponsor.

Details

Date:
July 22
Time:
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Venue

Webinar

Organizer

Connecticut Nursery and Landscape Association
Phone:
800-562-0610
Website:
www.cnla.biz