Webinar Series On Integrated Pest Management In Hemp

Please join us for a six-part webinar series focused on integrated pest management in hemp! These talks will focus on insects, diseases, and weeds that are found in hemp production, as well as pesticide use. Our final webinar will focus on open discussion and provide an opportunity to network. All webinars will take place from 12:00-12:30PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).

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  • April 19th Ariana Torres—Integrated Pest Management in Hemp Production: Findings from the Purdue Hemp Survey
  • April 21st Zachary Serber & Dr. Elizabeth Long—Updates on Insect Communities Observed in CBD Hemp in Indiana
  • April 26th Sarah Caffery—Pesticide Use in Hemp, Office of Indiana State Chemist
  • April 28th Marguerite Bolt—Hemp Disease Identification and Management
  • May 3rd Stephen Meyers—Weed Management in Hemp
  • May 5th Breakout Session/Social Hour—Opportunity to interact with presenters and other participants
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Adult corn earworm on CBD hemp.

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