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7th International IPM Symposium To Be Held March 2012

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Symposium sessions will address Integrated Pest Management across disciplines — internationally — in the marketplace, urban settings, greenhouses and more.

| June 25, 2010

Memphis, Tenn. — The 7th International IPM Symposium, “IPM on the World Stage,” will be held in Memphis, Tenn., on March 27-29, 2012, at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.  The headquarters hotel will be the Memphis Marriott Downtown.

Symposium sessions will address Integrated Pest Management across disciplines — internationally — in the marketplace, urban settings, greenhouses and more. Send program and speaker suggestions to Margaret Appleby, program committee co-chair, at ppleby.appleby@ontario.ca before Aug. 2.

The 6th IPM Symposium, held in 2009, attracted more than 700 research, education, government, industry and environmental and health professionals from 29 countries for three days of presentations, networking and organizational meetings on key pest management issues.

For up-to-date information on the symposium, click here: http://www.ipmcenters.org/ipmsymposium12/
 

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