Webinar: Termite mitigation in schools

When:  Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Time: 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Eastern Daylight Time (US and Canada)

Discovering termites in your school can become an expensive problem for facility managers and school administrators. It can also be disruptive to classroom instruction if swarms occur while school is in session. Schools, both new and old, can face drywood and subterranean termite infestations. Regular, informed inspections are needed to determine the location, extent, and cause of termite problems.

Schools have a host a challenges when confronted with a termite infestation. Communication with the school community is essential to address most pest issues, including termites. While it’s not critical for teachers to know the difference between winged ants and termites, the school IPM coordinator should be able to accurately identify ants, as well as both drywood and subterranean termites. It is also imperative everyone in the school community know who to call when there is evidence of a termite infestation.

Join us for a comprehensive look at termites and their prevention and control in schools.

Presenters:

Faith Oi, Ph.D., Associate Extension Scientist & Director of Pest Management University, University of Florida

Dan Lisenko, IPM Coordinator/Grounds Manager, Manatee County (Florida) School District

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https://epawebconferencing.acms.com/sipm-termite/event/registration.html

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https://epawebconferencing.acms.com/sipm-termite/event/event_info.html

 

 

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