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Green Shield Certified will host a webinar titled “Advanced IPM Techniques for Green Pest Management” on Oct. 4, at noon (CST).

| September 6, 2012

Green Shield Certified will host a webinar titled “Advanced IPM Techniques for Green Pest Management” on Oct. 4, at noon (CST).
 
IPM is a common sense approach to preventing pests through inspection, monitoring, sanitation and exclusion while reducing reliance on pesticides. IPM practices can range from a basic "treat when over threshold based on monitoring" approach to advanced techniques focused on eliminating pest-conducive conditions. During this hour-long presentation, participants will learn how to use green pest management techniques to solve even the most difficult pest problems and transition their pest management program from basic to advanced IPM.
 
Topics for the webinar include basic versus advanced IPM, using green techniques to eliminate pests, unique examples of difficult pest problems and the importance and benefits of offering an advanced IPM service or program. The webinar is open to pest management professionals, facility managers, Extension agents, health inspectors and anyone interested in learning more about advanced IPM. Only 100 spaces are available; to register click on the link here. Registrants will receive a confirmation email with details for joining the webinar.
 
Speakers include:

Dr. Austin Frishman, president, AMF Pest Management Services — Frishman will discuss green techniques to eliminate pests and share stories about resolving difficult pest problems using advanced IPM.

Keith Willingham, vice president of technical services, Western Exterminator Company — Willingham will discuss the benefits of advanced IPM techniques to practitioners.www.westernexterminator.com

Dr. Thomas Green, president, IPM Institute — Green will introduce advanced IPM fundamentals and the importance of advanced IPM

Time will be provided at the end of the presentation for Q & A.
 

 

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