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Texas A&M Announces 64th Pest Management Conference and Workshop

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The annual conference will take place Jan. 13-15, at the Brazos Center in Bryan, Texas.

| November 20, 2009

BRYAN, Texas — Texas A&M announced that the 64th Annual Pest Management Conference and Workshop will take place Jan. 13-15, at the Brazos Center in Bryan, Texas. The event brings together both on-and off- campus faculty and Extension agents from both the Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Texas AgriLife Research to discuss various entomological topics affecting the state. This year’s conference features a special program for school IPM coordinators and technicians.

Click here to download the information brochure, which also provides information on how to register for the conference.
 

 

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