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Plan now to control vegetable diseases all season long

Although the following story is for Kentucky growers, some of the tips on gardening practices can apply region-wide. Be sure to contact your county Extension office for your state’s recommendations on planting and disease control.

LEXINGTON, Ky., (April 10, 2012) – With many vegetables already in the ground or soon-to-be planted, home gardeners can incorporate a few simple practices into their management programs to minimize diseases this growing season, said Kenny Seebold, extension plant pathologist for the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture.

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Webinar on IPM in Child Care Centers April 24

The IPM Institute is presenting a webinar entitled “IPM in Child Care Centers: Protecting Children from Pests and Pesticides.” To reserve a space, go to https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/178245152. Space is limited.

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