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Early Summer Pest Issues

Early Summer Pest Issues

Join us for a virtual walk through the Permaculture Garden on the USU-Logan campus where we will encounter and discuss pests such as earwigs, leaf and fruit spots, tree cankers, and more.

Marion Murray, Integrated Pest Management for Specialty Crops and Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor, will host this webinar event. Since 2006, Marion has managed the Utah Extension Integrated Pest Management Program. Her primary mission is to deliver high quality and relevant outreach and research in sustainable plant pest management for growing fruits, vegetables, and landscape ornamentals. She oversees the Utah IPM Pest Advisory Service, which includes distribution of seasonal newsletters to over 13,000 subscribers, and develops online pest management tools through a collaboration with the Utah Climate Center.

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