CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State University will present a program in November to help participants implement the latest regional research in integrated pest management and nutrient management systems that protect water quality and crop yields.
The two-day workshop, "Integrated Pest and Nutrient Management Options: Practices to Protect Water Quality and Enhance Crop Yields," will run Nov. 8-9 at the CH2M-Hill Alumni Center in Corvallis. This program will help participants to:
This is the sixth workshop developed by the Integrated Soil Nutrient and Pest (iSNAP) Water Quality Education Project in a continually evolving curriculum customized to the local area, crops and water quality concerns. The project is part of a collaboration among OSU, Washington State University, the University of Idaho, the Environmental Protection Agency and other specialists to produce innovative educational programs for agricultural professionals in the Northwest.
The two-day program offers seven pesticide recertification credits from Oregon, Washington and California and 15 Certified Crop Adviser credits.
To register for this program or to learn more about the project, visit the iSNAP website at isnap.oregonstate.edu or contact Mary Staben at 541-737-2683 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The workshop agenda is as follows:
Wednesday, Nov. 8
Thursday, Nov. 9
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