Brassica crops are not only an essential part of most farms' offerings, they are also on the menu for a whole suite of pests. Whether it's caterpillars, flea beetles, cabbage aphids or cabbage maggots, we're reviewing strategies for managing the most important insect pests - including an update of recent research efforts. If you'd like to learn more, join the Brassica Pest Collaborative’s series of online workshops on managing insect pests of brassicas!
All workshops will be held Fridays from 12-1pm. Please allow a few minutes before noon to download the program, sign-in, and get acquainted with the program.
There will be ~30 minutes of presentation with 15-30 minutes for your questions. Please feel free to send in questions ahead of time by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or post questions during the seminar via chat-box. You can join by computer to see live-streaming presentation and Q&A, or join by phone to just listen in.
Please register by following the links in the schedule below.
March 15: Cabbage aphid biology, management, and research updates - Presented by Becky Sideman and Anna Wallingford, UNH Extension. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5632438925769797644
March 22: Caterpillars 1: Cabbage Looper and Diamondback moth - Presented by Dan Gilrein, Cornell Cooperative Extension-Suffolk County. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4206484494863656972
March 29: Caterpillars 2: Imported Cabbageworm, Cross-Striped Cabbageworm - Presented by Ana Legrand, UConn Extension. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7198846071786482700
April 5: Cabbage maggot biology, management, and research updates - Presented by Faruque Zaman, Cornell Cooperative Extension-Suffolk County. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2223946282727978508
April 12: Flea beetle biology, management, and research updates - Presented by Dan Gilrein and Faruque Zaman, Cornell Cooperative Extension-Suffolk County. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4188913199540448268