Integrated Pest Management approaches for corn and soy bean production

Integrated Pest Management approaches for corn and soy bean production

Date: April 23, May 20 and June 25 (7pm)

Method of delivery: Zoom (a free virtual classroom download using computer or smart phone)

Clark County Extension is putting together a three-part workshop on Integrated Pest Management in corn and soybeans. The classes will look at the common pests of corn and soybeans, how Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approaches can help reduce farm costs, increase farm profits, minimize on environmental impacts and increase land sustainability.

The classes will take place each night on April 23, May 20 and June 25 (7-9pm).

April 23: The basic principles of IPM approaches

May 20: Common Indiana pests of corn and soybeans and their impacts on production

June 25: The application of IPM approaches to the common pest of corn and soybeans

The cost of all three classes is $20 per participant. You can also decide to participate in one or two of these classes. The cost per class is $10. Registration and payment need to be made to Clark County Extension not later than April 20 for the first class, May 18 for the second class and June 22 for the last class.

To participate, please call the Clark County Extension office to register and mail your check to the Clark County Extension office together with names and email addresses of participants. All checks should be made payable to Purdue Extension, Clark County.

Please note that we will need a minimum number of registrants for this event to come on.

Purdue is an equal access/equal opportunity University

Event Properties

Event Date 06-25-2020 7:00 pm
Event End Date 06-25-2020 8:00 pm

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