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Navigating Changes in Peset Dynamics - 2 PM CEUs available

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Navigating Changes in Peset Dynamics - 2 PM CEUs available

Time: March 7, 2018 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Grey Ag Services Boardroom
Street: 206 Toronto St S
City/Town: Markdale
Website or Map: http://www.greyagservices.ca/…
Phone: 519 986-3756
Event Type: course
Organized By: Grey County Agricultural Services Centre
Latest Activity: Feb 20, 2018

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Facilitators: Tracey Baute, OMAFRA and Deb Campbell, Agronomy Advantage.  Many factors contribute to which pests thrive, expand their range, develop resistance or nearly disappear. We will discuss the factors involved with western bean cutworm, winter cutworm, swede midge and others, how to better predict infestations and adjust management practices accordingly. Course facilitators are Tracey Baute, Field Crop Entomologist, OMAFRA and Deb Campbell, CCA-ON, Agronomy Advantage. Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm Cost: $10 per person OR attend both the Pest and Weed Course in the afternoon, with a hot lunch for $25.00 per person Navigating Changes in Pest Dynamics Wednesday, March 7, 2018 Course will be held at: Grey County Agricultural Services Centre 206 Toronto St. South, Unit 3 Markdale, ON N0C 1H0 Phone: 519-986-3756 Fax: 519-986-2643 Email: info@greyagservices.ca Website: www.greyagservices.ca To Register: Call 519-986-3756 Pre-Register by: Fri. Mar. 2, 2018

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