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North Central Cropping Systems Academy - Pesticide Resistance

These materials were developed by the presenters as part of the North Central Region Cropping Systems Academy. Learn about pesticide resistance resources developed for crops educators to use with their clientele.

Curriculum resources address six learning objectives:
–Define pesticide resistance
–Recognize the importance of pesticide resistance to crop producers
–Recognize the importance of pesticide resistance and effective pesticides to crop production
–Describe how pesticide resistance occurs
–Identify examples of pesticide resistant insect, pathogen and weed populations
–Identify strategies to delay pesticide resistance

This webinar will highlight the educational products created to address pesticide resistance. These resources include: a general attitude and awareness survey you can use as a needs assessment with your clients, instructor's guide, PowerPoint presentation, reference materials and sample program evaluation questions.  

If you would like to access the materials, please complete this short survey.  Once you have completed the short, four-question survey, you will receive a link to access the materials located in a Dropbox file.  You will not be able to edit the Dropbox file, but you can download the materials then edit and save to your computer as necessary.  You are free to download the materials as you like, we just ask that credit be given to the North Central Region Cropping Systems Academy.  

Questions about the Pesticide Resistance Materials can be addressed to Angie Peltier (apeltier@illinois.edu) or Angie Rieck-Hinz (amrieck@iastate.edu).

One CCA credit in IPM has been applied for.  
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