WEBINAR: Cultural controls for managing and preventing disease

February 21, 2019
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Speaker: Dr. John D. Lea-Cox, University of Maryland

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Can't seem to figure out where disease is coming from? From clean stock and substrates, to irrigation water recycling and sanitation, learn about the cultural control methods that could help prevent and manage diseases in your greenhouse operation.

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Lea Cox
About the speaker:
John D. Lea-Cox, PhD, is a professor and research and extension specialist for the nursery and greenhouse industry at the University of Maryland. With primary expertise in the areas of water and nutrient management, his work aims to systematically reduce the environmental impacts of industry production practices. His major research interests are in the areas of wireless sensor networks, soilless substrates, disease management, frost and environmental monitoring and more.

Chevonne webinarAbout the moderator: Chevonne Carlow, PhD, is the greenhouse floriculture specialist with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). Chevonne works to connect growers with up-to-date information on floriculture crop production, nutrition and related issues. In addition, she is involved in a wide variety of collaborative research and demonstration projects related to the floriculture sector.



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