- Author: Lynn M. Sosnoskie
Whether you need continuing education credits or are interested in keeping abreast of the latest weed science-related research occurring in California (or both), you should be aware that there are three excellet extension events coming up in July of 2018.
Diagnosing Herbicide Symptoms Short Course
When: July 10, 2018 - July 11, 2018
Where: UC Davis Bowley Plant Science Teaching Center, Extension Center Dr. Davis, CA 95616
What: The Diagnosing Herbicide Symptoms 2018 course is an intensive 1.5-day course focusing on how an herbicide injury situation can arise, what types of information can help diagnose herbicide problems during field investigations, and what tools are available to you. The course provides a rare opportunity for professionals to efficiently update their understanding of herbicide symptoms and injuries and interact with experts in this field. The Diagnosing Herbicide Symptoms course is designed for pest control advisers, sales representatives for chemical companies, field investigators, and insurance adjusters.
This course is approved for the following: PCA, QAC, QAL, and Private Applicator - 8.0 Other and Certified Crop Adviser - 7.0 IPM, 1.0 PD
More information (including cost and agenda) is available at the UC WeedRIC website: http://wric.ucdavis.edu/events/diagnosing_herbicide_symptoms_2018.htm
UC Weed Day
When: July 12, 2018
Where: UC Davis Buehler Alumni Center, Alumni Lane and Mrak Hall Drive, Davis, CA 95616
What: Come to the 62nd annual Weed Day event and find out what the latest University of California weed science research is. The event begins with a morning field tour of the UC Davis weed science research plots. Buses will depart promptly at 8:15 AM from the Buehler Alumni Center, UC Davis. Lunch and afternoon presentations will be indoors in the Buehler Alumni Center. In the Buehler Alumni Center, UC faculty, staff and students will present information on projects that are not in-season for viewing or research located off-campus. Presentations will include basic research showing the scope of the Weed Science Program.