Date: January 20th, 2023 8:00am – 9:00am CST
Event speaker: Mr. Robert Garcia
Course Overview: This presentation will cover EPA and its origins. Topics will include how to read a label and what kind of information is found on the product. This will include the usage and how this information effects spray applications. This presentation will also cover Restricted Use Products based on states and Federal and State registration depending on certain products.
CEU Credits: TX, OK, WY, NE, CO
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3WRZ7uI
Date: February 17th, 2023 8:00am – 9:00am CST
Event speaker: Dr. Lehn Weaver
Topics will include the soil biophysical properties leading to hydrophobic soil conditions, the detrimental effects caused by hydrophobic soils, and solutions to overcome the challenges turfgrass managers, horticulturists, and farmers face when they encounter hydrophobic soils. Application techniques for getting the most out of your soil wetting agent program will be highlighted as well field-based research. Additional details will highlight next-generation technologies that offer the potential to provide additional benefits for soil water management beyond what are offered by soil surfactants alone.
CEU Credits:TX, NM, OK, OR, WA, CO
Register Here: https://bit.ly/3WpTh2C
Date: March 24th, 2023 8:00am- 9:00am CST
Event Speaker: Jeff Wilkinson
This presentation will include how to identify certain ant species along with the specific physiology and biology of common ants we find in the US. We will discuss different methods on how to combat ants both inside the home as well as outdoors. We will showcase how to bait, spray, or use granular methods to rid ants. The presentation will conclude with certain active ingredients that are common when eradicating ants and how to read the label properly when deciding rates.
CEU Credits: NM, WY, OK, FL, CO, NC, OH,TX
Register Here: https://tinyurl.com/3tx92jsa
Date: April 14th, 2023 8:00-9:00am CST
Event Speaker: Brian Mount
This presentation will cover perimeter pests including the inspection of the perimeter, management, and common perimeter pests. Conducive conditions, food/ water sources, pest entry points and pitfalls are the topics I will be covering under the inspection of the perimeter. Common perimeter pests that will be included in the presentation are spiders, ticks, cockroaches, millipedes, and other occasional invaders.
CEU Credits: OK, NM, WY, CO Pending: TX
Register Here: https://tinyurl.com/yckwe9sb
Date: May 19th, 2023 10:00-11:00am CST
Event Speaker: Shawn Fopma
Both cultural and chemical strategies are essential components of a weed management program. From mowing and fertilization to chemical selection and proper application timing, we’ll discover ways to control some of our most problematic annual and perennial weeds. Topics covered include: cultural practices, plant identification, herbicide selection, application timing, and adjuvant preferences.
CEU Credits Pending: TX, OK, NM, WA, WY
Register Here: https://tinyurl.com/amx7unj6
Date: June 29th, 2023 8:00-9:00am CST
Event Speaker: Eric Maurer
What really is a biopesticide, an OMRI listed product, a 25(b) product and what does that mean? Plus exaples of softer chemistry options in the lawn care market.
CEU Credits: NM, FL, TX, OK
Register Here: bit.ly/3MQwxal
Date: July 28th, 2023 8:00-9:00am CST
Event Speaker: Bruce Jump
This presentation will be covering the patented Turf Tech Tool. This will explain how this data provides valuable insights into pest management strategies. The discussion will also go over Heritage PPG's proprietary product Gravity SL PGS which is a regulator for turf seed and provide recommendations on application guidelines for users.
CEU Credits: TX, OK, FL, NM
Register Here: https://bit.ly/46i8UPP
Date: August 25th, 2023 8:00- 9:00am CST
Event Speaker: Doc Mitchell
Applied in practice, traditional fluorescent and LED insect light traps (ILTs) exploit the
House fly’s neurological mechanism of positive phototactic behavior or
phototransduction. Well-demonstrated in research, specifically using electroretinograms,
House flies are most attracted to a wavelength of 365 to 370 nm (color of light called
ultraviolet-A or UVA).
By attending this discovery webinar, you will learn about a novel engineering
development called the Quantum® X LED filament lamp. Additionally, an overview of a
pioneering LED filament ILT system called Mantis® Qualis. Looking for LEDs? Better see these!
CEU Credits: TX, OK
Register Here: https://bit.ly/44MWn5d
Date: September 29th, 2023 8:00- 9:00am CST
Event Speaker: Jeff Watts
There is no magic wand for bird control and every bird job is different. The beginning of this presentation will cover bird behavior and product selection. Flock estimation is an important factor for determining if a reduction method is needed, this covers trapping, shooting, and avitrol. There are a lot of issues that bird droppings cause like health issues, building damage, and injury.
CEU Credits: OK Pending: TX
Register Here: bit.ly/45Hdm9H