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University of California
Goldspotted Oak Borer
Invasive Tree Pests Workshop (2018)
There are considerable concerns for Southern California landscapes due to the Goldspotted Oak Borer (GSOB), Invasive Shot Hole Borers/Fusarium Dieback Disease (ISHB/FD), and South American Palm Weevil (SAPW). These invasive pests have attacked and killed hundreds of thousands of trees in Southern California, encouraging San Diegans to prepare for their possible arrival. Due to the ever-growing dispersion of these invasive pests, this workshop was designed to update land managers, tree-care professionals, and pesticide applicators on the latest invasive pest findings in San Diego, as well as to provide a review of pesticide law and regulation.
Friday, October 19, 2018
9:00am-2:45pm, lunch will be provided
The Point Event Center
1010 Santa Clara Pl, San Diego, CA 92109
Continuing Education Units
CEU's have been requested from:
- California Department of Pesticide Regulation
- International Society of Arboriculture
- ISHB/FD: History & Biology, Impacts & Current
Infestations, and Management- 1hr
- GSOB: History & Biology, Impacts & Current Infestations, and Management & Sanitation- 1hr
- SAPW: History & Biology, impacts & Current Infestations, and Management & Sanitation- 1hr
- Pesticide Laws & Regulations- 1hr
Andrea Araujo, Agricultural/Standards Inspector with County of San Diego Department of Agriculture, Weights & Measures; Dr. Tracy Ellis, Agricultural Scientist with the County of San Diego Department of Agriculture, Weights & Measures; Dr. Stacy Hishinuma, Forest Entomologit with the US Forest Service; Dr. Mark Hoddle, Biological Control Specialist with the University of California, Riverside
To attend this workshop, a registration fee of $30 is required. Click HERE to register.
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