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Invasive Insects of Shade Trees: A 30 Year Perspective from Colorado

Dr. Whitney Cranshaw will discuss the ever-changing cast of new and invasive tree insects that have become issues in the Rocky Mountain States over the past 30 years.

Speaker: Whitney Cranshaw, Professor, Extension Specialist, CSU

Date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Time: 12 pm (MST)

REGISTER GET CEUS

Whitney Cranshaw is presently a professor and Extension Specialist of Entomology at Colorado State University. For the past thirty-four years he has conducted a broadly based program largely directed at questions involving arthropod pests affecting horticultural commodities in Colorado, including vegetables, shade trees, turfgrass and specialty crops. This has resulted in production of over 80 refereed publications and several hundred related to Extension and outreach. Among the latter include the books Bugs Rule! An Introduction to the World of Insects, Insects and Diseases of Colorado Trees and Shrubs and, just released, Garden Insects of North America, 2nd Edition.

THIS WEBINAR IS CO-SPONSORED BY THE TREEFUND.

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