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Getting the Best of Pests – Green Webinar Series

Welcome to Getting the Best of Pests – Green Webinar Series

Date:  January 17, 2018;

Sign into the webinar by 8:15 AM U.S. East Coast Time

The webinar begins PROMPTLY at 8:15 A.M.

Speakers and Titles:

Proper Pruning for Healthy and Beautiful Landscape Shrubs and Small Trees; Rick Smith, Pruning Guru, Inc. – Acworth, Georgia and Boxwood Blight: Identification and Management Strategies; Patrick Mawhinney, Prestige Shrub Tree & Turf – Atlanta, Georgia

CEUS Awarded:

  • AL: None
  • GA: 2 hrs Cats 21, 23, 24, 32, 37; 2 hr Cat 10 (Private)
  • SC: 1 hr Cat 3
  • TN: 2 Pts C02, C03, C10, C12

NOTE: Event registration is required for each location or CONNECTION that will be viewing the webinar.  If you have any questions about the registration process or sign in sheets, please watch the short tutorial videos provided below:

Registration Tutorial

Sheet Tutorial

For further information on multi-location or multi-connection, please contact our office at 770-233-6107.

The MORNING OF the webinar:

  • Log into the webinar using the unique link that appears in the GotToWebinar confirmation email.
  • Whether watching alone or with a group, each location must complete and return a sign-in sheet(s) to receive CEU credits.  Complete the required sign-in sheet and return it via email to gtbop@uga.eduimmediately following the webinar.
  • Keep a copy of the sign-in sheet(s) for your records.

Register for this event

NO CREDIT will be issued for those who do not meet the States mandatory viewing time limitations.

SAVE THE DATES: – For Full webinar and CEU credit details visit the gtbop.com website.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018 – Identification and Management of Invasive Plant Species; Karan Rawlins, Center for Invasive Plant Species, University of Georgia – Tifton, GA and Guidelines to Control Phytophthora Diseases in Native Restoration Nurseries; Dr. Steven Tjosvold, University of California Cooperative Extension – Santa Cruz County, Watsonville, CA.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018 – Identification and Management Strategies for Nuisance Wildlife – Part 1 and Part 2 – Dr. Mike Mengak, University of Georgia- Athens, GA.

Wednesday, July 18, 2019 – Identification and Control of Nematodes in Turfgrass and a Little Tall Fescue for Good Measure; Dr. Jim Kerns, North Carolina State University – Raleigh, NC and Diseases of Southern Residential and Commercial Turfgrasses; Dr. Maria Tomaso-Peterson, Mississippi State University – Mississippi State, MS.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018 – Don’t Let Scales Weight You Down; Dr. Juang Chong, Clemson University, Pee Dee Research and Education Center – Florence, SC and The Effects of Urban Landscapes on Tree Pests and Cultural Strategies to Manage Them; Dr. Adam G. Dale, Entomology & Nematology Department, University of Flordia – Gainesville, FL.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 – Major Insect Pests of Turfgrass in Georgia; Dr. Shimat V. Joseph, Department of Entomology, University of Georgia – Griffin, GA and Rose Rosette Disease and Palm Disease; Dr. Kevin Ong, Department of Plant Pathology & Microbiology, Director, Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory – College Station, TX.


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