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Biological Pest Control on Vegetable Crops

This is the third webinar of the 2017 Winter Webinars put on by the Utah IPM Program. This webinar will provide information on biological control options for pest management in vegetable crops of Utah.

Biological control is “any activity of one species that reduces the adverse effect of another.” In pest management, biological control usually refers to the action of parasites, predators or pathogens on a pest population which reduces its numbers below a level causing economic injury.

Register for this webinar here: https://extension.zoom.us/j/416652370

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