Skip to main content

Biological Control of Cole Crop Pests on the California Central Coast

Join eOrganic for a webinar on biological control of cole crop pests on the California Central Coast, by Diego Nieto of the University of California, Santa Cruz. The webinar takes place on December 2, 2015 at 2PM Eastern Time (1PM Central, 12PM Mountain, 11AM Pacific Time). The webinar is free and open to the public, and advance registration is required.

Register now at:

About the Webinar

The webinar will describe the role of predators and/or parasitoids in managing cabbage aphids, diamondback moth and cabbage root fly in organic brassica crops.

Diego Nieto has been a research entomologist at the University of California, Santa Cruz since 2001 and has studied issues related to pest management in cotton, cole crops, strawberries and olives.

Find all upcoming and archived eOrganic upcoming and archived webinars at

System Requirements

Please connect to the webinar 10 minutes in advance, as the webinar program will require you to download software. To test your connection in advance, go here. You can either listen via your computer speakers or call in by phone (toll call). Java needs to be installed and working on your computer to join the webinar. If you are running Mac OSU with Safari, please test your Java at prior to joining the webinar, and if it isn't working, try Firefox or Chrome.

View detailed system requirements here.

Who Is Attending

Add Comment

Comments (0)


About the Extension Foundation

The Extension Foundation is a membership-based non-profit designed to be the engine fueling U.S. Cooperative Extension’s advancement in making a more visible and measurable impact in support of education outreach from land-grant universities/colleges located in every state and territory. Extension Foundation is embedded in the U.S. Cooperative Extension System and serves on the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP). The Foundation provides an array of opportunities for Extension professionals that foster innovation creation, the adoption of innovations at member institutions, and increased impact of Extension programs. This work is supported by your membership dollars and funding from USDA-NIFA, grant no. 2020-41595-30123. For more information on Extension Foundation membership, please visit You can also find our Terms of Servicee here

© 2021 Extension Foundation. All rights reserved.

Link copied to your clipboard.