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The Ohio Pest Management Association is sponsoring a training school on Sept. 19, at the Ohio Department of Agriculture, in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

| August 23, 2013

The Ohio Pest Management Association is sponsoring a training school on Sept. 19, at the Ohio Department of Agriculture, in Reynoldsburg, Ohio.

September 19 , 2013 - OPMA Training School
Ohio Department of Agricultural
8995 East Main Street
Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
Register Online

Registration Form (PDF)


Speakers and topics include:

Fumigation update - Marty Morgan, Dow AgroSciences
Termites - Cam Renn, Univar
Rodent Control - Rich Williams, Bell Labs
Ohio Pesticide Law Update - Jim Belt, ODA
Bird Control - Ryan Wilkie, Bird Barrier
Filth Flies and Disease - Gary Williamson, PestWest
 

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