Stored Grain Integrated Pest Management in the North Central United States

Friday, September 12, 2014,
10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CT

The webinar will include:

  • Biology and identification of key stored grain pests; basic of IPM for stored grain; proper fumigation—issues and challenges
    • Tom Phillips, Professor of Entomology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
  • Prevention of grain infestation: residual insecticides available and their proper application; strategic use of aeration for grain cooling and pest suppression
    • Frank Arthur, Research Entomologist, USDA ARS, Manhattan, KS
  • IPM for corn and other products in the upper Midwest: issues and challenges with grain drying and cooling; pest management for animal feed, ethanol and value-processed food
    • Linda Mason, Professor of Entomology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

Webinar participants will see and hear presentations by the three teachers and then have an opportunity for live questions and answers. Instructional materials will be provided via internet links.

 Pre-registration is required. Go to http://www.ncipmc.org/training/ to register.  Participation will be limited to the first 200 computers. Hosting of viewing sites locally by Extension, government agencies, and private industry is encouraged.

This webinar will be archived for later viewing if you cannot attend this date and time.

Funding for this webinar is provided by USDA-NIFA through grants to the North Central Integrated Pest Management Center (2012-51120-20252 and 2011-51120-31160).

 

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