UC Davis Extension offers workshop on turfgrass IPM

Current techniques and research results are the focus of Turfgrass IPM (Integrated Pest Management), offered Wednesday, May 1, 2002 on the UC Davis campus from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Taught by Ali Harivandi, Ph.D., turf soil and water advisor for UC Cooperative Extension in Alameda, the course covers a variety of topics including: IPM-principles and practices, turf selection, turfgrass management practices to reduce pests, turf weed management, turfgrass disease management and control, managing turfgrasses, and turfgrass insect management and control.


This course is designed for turf landscape IPM coordinators, parks and recreation site managers, golf course superintendents, cemetery and athletic turf managers, landscape managers, horticultural consultants, pest control advisors, and other professional turf and landscape managers.


The $150 fee includes course materials and a box lunch. To request more information or to enroll, please call (800) 752-0881, or visit www.extension.ucdavis.edu/agriculture.

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