REMINDER: Last Chance to Register for March 2nd Greenhouse IPM 101 Workshop (Online)

Need a refresher on IPM for specific pests of floriculture? Want to see how Canada – a world leader in biological control in greenhouse crops – does things?

Then this all day workshop is for you!

Keep reading for the topics we’ll be covering, and how to register. This workshop is applicable to participants from the U.S. and other countries besides Canada.

Who It’s For:

Do you have new staff starting who need to learn the basics of pest identification, biocontrol and other IPM techniques stat? Or are you interested in learning about specific IPM programs from Canada – a world leader in biocontrol in greenhouse crops? Then this workshop is for you! Our one day seminar will walk you through:

  • The most commonly employed IPM techniques, like sanitation, mass trapping and cultural controls
  • Identifying common (and not so common!) insect pests in floriculture crops
  • The ABC’s of Biocontrol, including common natural enemies for each pest, release strategies, and more.
  • Successful IPM programs used in Canadian greenhouses for major crops such as chrysanthemums and poinsettia

We’ll also be providing tips, tricks, tools and resources based on our combined 50+ years of experience in IPM in greenhouse floriculture, so this workshop is also appropriate for novice IPM practitioners and employees who want to brush up on their knowledge. In this informal setting, we’re also hoping to provide answers to your pressing pest-management problems.

How to Join:

To interact with us LIVE on Tuesday, March the 2nd, you’ll have to pre-register for the Zoom event using THIS LINK.

Registered, but can’t make it that day, after all? No worries! The seminar video will be made available on-demand to those that registered before the workshop date.

However, participation the day-of is encouraged, as that’s the best way to get YOUR questions answered!

For more information on the session, contact Mike Short at or Dr. Sarah Jandricic at

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