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Organic Pesticides for Home Gardens

Part of the 2017 Oregon Master Gardener Advanced Training series. In this advanced pesticide course, the presenter will discuss the breadth of organic pesticides available for home gardeners, and what makes them "organic." Topics covered will include insecticides, herbicides, and fungicides for edible and ornamental plants, including biological pesticides.

Presented by: Kaci Buhl

Kaci Buhl is an Associate Professor of Practice at Oregon State University (OSU). She coordinates the Statewide Pesticide Safety Education Program, working to educate professional pesticide applicators. On the national level, Ms. Buhl is the Deputy Director of the Pesticide Educational Resources Collaborative, which creates pesticide manuals, exams, and other resources for professionals. She studied IPM at Michigan State University and previously coordinated the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC).  

Photo credit: Doug Voderburg, Oregon State University



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