IPM Practices and Techniques

by Tim Fernald | On Demand

CEUs/PDHs: (* CEU's Pending) Credits: DPR 1,APLD 1,PGMS 1,NALP 1,QWEL 1


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Webinar Description:
Discussion on why applicators must have some knowledge on the purpose and benefits of IPM. Must have an understanding of pest control techniques and practices prior to spraying. The presentation will discuss the definition of IPM and how it relates to landscape maintenance applications. The presentation will review the key steps in IPM in order to sustain the control methods in pest management. Presentation will discuss some diagnostic tools for the applicator to know before spraying as well as how to implement an IPM program into place to minimize pest pressure. This presentation will discuss the importance of staying educated on IPM and how it relates to many sites.

Learning Objectives:
1. Purpose of IPM in Landscape
2. 6 steps in IPM
3. How to implement IPM plans based on diagnostics


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Tim Fernald

Fernald Education Services

Licensed Agricultural Pesticide Control Advisor PCA; professional production consultant who serves agriculture and horticulture producers and end-users. He is Qualified Applicator and served as a past instructor of Plant Science & Plant Protection at Shasta College in Redding, Ca. Versed in IPM; turf & ornamental, vegetation management, aquatics, forestry, and fertilizers. Specialize in pesticides and pest management, which is an important resource to producers and applicators in a wide range of growing concerns related to plant health. Over 30 years of experience in the Green Industry, he is responsible for providing Agronomic education consisting of compliance, pesticide guidance, and technical support for many customers nationwide. Passionate for the industry in growing the agronomic business through consultative and education programs. Expert in developing and executing agronomic seminars for pesticide CEU's in many states.