Horticulture Webinars

May
27
Thu
AHDB: Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops – Aphids and whiteflies
May 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The use of biological control agents is now an established element of integrated pest management in the production of protected ornamental crops, including pot plants, bedding and hardy nursery stock.

Building on the recent suite of AHDB videos on biological control – creating an IPM programme, introducing biological control agents, crop monitoring and the use of sticky traps, this webinar will examine the ‘Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops’. It will include the control of key sap sucking pests such as aphids and whiteflies and will feature the well-known entomologist and IPM specialist Neil Helyer, along with a grower case study.

The webinars will cover:

  • Pest identification and life-cycles
  • Selection, application and use of biological control agents
  • Monitoring and management of programmes

BASIS and NRoSO points will be available for these webinars

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BASIS: Production of ornamental crops: Aphids and whiteflies
May 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Part 1 – 27 May 2021 16.00-17.00 –
Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops – Part one: Aphids and whiteflies

The use of biological control agents is now an established element of integrated pest management in the production of protected ornamental crops, including pot plants, bedding and hardy nursery stock.

Building on the recent suite of AHDB videos on biological control – creating an IPM programme, introducing biological control agents, crop monitoring and the use of sticky traps, this webinar will examine the ‘Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops’. It will include the control of key sap sucking pests such as aphids and whiteflies and will feature the well-known entomologist and IPM specialist Neil Helyer, along with a grower case study.

The webinars will cover:
• Pest identification and life-cycles
• Selection, application and use of biological control agents
• Monitoring and management of programmes

Book Register Webinar Details

Jun
17
Thu
AHDB: Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops – Thrips and mites
Jun 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

The use of biological control agents is now an established element of integrated pest management in the production of protected ornamental crops, including pot plants, bedding and hardy nursery stock.

Building on the recent suite of AHDB videos on biological control – creating an IPM programme, introducing biological control agents, crop monitoring and the use of sticky traps, this webinar will examine ‘Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops’. It will focus on cell piercing pests like thrips and mites and will feature the well-known entomologist and IPM specialist Neil Helyer, along with a grower case study.

The webinars will cover:

  • Pest identification and life-cycles
  • Selection, application and use of biological control agents
  • Monitoring and management of programmes

BASIS and NRoSO points will be available for these webinars

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BASIS: Production of ornamental crop : Thrips and mites
Jun 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Part 2 – 17 June 2021 16.00-17.00 –
Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops – Part two: Thrips and mites

The use of biological control agents is now an established element of integrated pest management in the production of protected ornamental crops, including pot plants, bedding and hardy nursery stock.

Building on the recent suite of AHDB videos on biological control – creating an IPM programme, introducing biological control agents, crop monitoring and the use of sticky traps, this webinar will examine ‘Selection and use of biological control agents in the production of ornamental crops’. It will focus on cell piercing pests like thrips and mites and will feature the well-known entomologist and IPM specialist Neil Helyer, along with a grower case study.

The webinars will cover:
• Pest identification and life-cycles
• Selection, application and use of biological control agents
• Monitoring and management of programmes

Book Register Webinar Details