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StopPests webinars on bed bugs, cockroaches in public housing

StopPests is offering three free webinars on IPM in affordable housing, covering bed bugs, cockroaches, and rodents. See the descriptions and the registration links below. Although housing professionals are the target audience for these presentations, we invite pest management professionals and anyone whose work and life is impacted by pests in affordable housing to join us. See these announcements and previous StopPests webinars here at StopPests.org’s webinar page. Continue reading

Upcoming IPM webinars

Please consider attending the 2018 All Bugs Good and Bad Webinar Series, which provides information about beneficial and pest insects. Webinars are free and open to everyone. Webinars will be on the first Friday of each month at 2 p.m. Eastern timeContinue reading

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

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Don’t Bug Me Webinars

So why should you participate in these webinars?  You can learn valuable information about avoiding pest problems from experts all over the U.S.  Hope to “see” you there!

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Webinar on residues in indoor environments

On August 29, 2012 at 1pm EDT, the American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) will be hosting a 90-minute webinar on Pesticide Residues in the Indoor Environment: Assessment and Health Effect.

Developed by Daniel Sudakin, MD, MPH, FACMT who is an Associate Professor of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR, this webinar has been developed as part of ACMT’s Cooperative Agreement with ATSDR (#U61TS000117-03).

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National IPM Webinar Series for Green Industry

The National IPM Webinar series is coordinated by Kelly Ivors (http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/plantpath/people/faculty/ivors/) and Steve Frank (http://ecoipm.com/people/steve-frank/) in the Departments of Plant Pathology and Entomology at North Carolina State University. The webinar series is designed to provide timely information to the green industry through monthly seminars on the production and maintenance of ornamental plants. We invite extension specialists from around the county to speak on topics (http://ecoipm.com/ipm-webinar/ipm-webinar-archive/) important to the nursery greenhouse, and landscape industry with particular emphasis on issues relevant to the Southeast. This provides an opportunity for green industry professionals to learn in-depth information from the specialists conducting research on a particular pest or horticultural issue.

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Webinar announcement: Fire Ant Control made easy

Frustrated trying to control fire ants? If so, join us for an online seminar, Fire Ant Control Made Easy, on Thursday, May 10 from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. EDT (10 to 11 a.m. CDT or 8 to 9 a.m. PDT) and brought to you by the Imported Fire Ant eXtension Community of Practice.

Killing fire ants is actually easier than you think – if you understand how they live. This seminar will help you learn how to apply integrated pest management tactics that are as economical and environmentally friendly as possible. You’ll also learn about fire ant biological control agents such as the Pseudacteon phorid flies.

To participate, log in as “guest” at http://connect.extension.iastate.edu/fireant

If you have specific questions that you want us to address during the webinar, post them to the Imported Fire Ant eXtension Facebook page (Fire Ant Info).

Find more information on fire ants at http://www.extension.org/fire+ants or on Facebook (Fire Ant Info), Twitter (@FireAntInfo), or YouTube (eXfireants).

Topics

How Can You Tell if You Have Fire Ants? Dr. Jason Oliver, Tennessee State University
Understanding the Biology and Behavior of Fire Ants, Dr. Kathy Flanders, Auburn University
Managing Imported Fire Ants, Dr. Bastiaan Drees, Professor, Texas A&M University
Biological Control of Fire Ants, Dr. Lawrence Graham, Auburn University