OSU logo

 


PACIFIC NORTHWEST NURSERY IPM

Workshops
air blast sprayer
Photo Credit: Jason Faucera, Clackamas  County SWCD
   

 

Intro
Workshops/Classes
Alerts
Submit Alerts
Search Alerts New
Join Mail Lists
Other Resources
Contact Us

 


 

OktoberPest

Pest Management Workshops
for Greenhouse and Nursery Growers
Every Thursday in October

OktoberPest Workshops 2014

Oct. 2, 2014 – Pesticide Applicator Training Series: Pesticide Label Comprehension (taught in Spanish) Print agenda English Spanish
Instructors: Dr. Luisa Santamaria, Department of Botany, Plant Pathology, Oregon State University/NWREC, Linda White and Grant Jackson, Oregon Department of Agriculture

Dr.Luisa Santamaria will be teaching pesticide label comprehension on October 2 at NWREC in the first of the three-part series to help Spanish-speaking greenhouse and nursery employees prepare for pesticide applicator's license exams. She will take a step-by-step approach to familiarize attendees with each section of a pesticide label. This first hour begins with an introduction to the various types of pesticides. Through use of sample pesticide labels, students will learn common pesticide terminology and definitions of pesticide-related terms on labels. Emphasis will be on building sufficient comprehension of pesticide labels for the private applicator’s certification exam. ODA pesticide user and license specialists will be available to assist with this training series.

Oct. 9, 2014 –Bug Crafting: Use of insectary plants to attract natural enemies in nurseries
Robin Rosetta, Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University/NWREC

Learn how to “nurseryscape” around your operation with insectary plants to enhance the activity of beneficial organisms.  Robin will start with the basics of attracting and conserving natural enemies and explain the importance of phenology, habitat conservation, and proper planting systems.

Oct. 16, 2014 – Pesticide Applicator Training Series: Laws and Regulations (in Spanish)
Instructors: Dr. Luisa Santamaria, Department of Botany, Plant Pathology, Oregon State University; Linda White, Oregon Department of Agriculture

This is the second workshop of the three-part series to help Spanish-speaking greenhouse and nursery employees prepare for pesticide applicator's license exams. Presenters will cover the information to train attendees in Oregon pesticide laws and regulations. Emphasis will be on building sufficient comprehension of these topics for the private applicator’s certification exam.
ODA pesticide user and license specialists will be available to assist with this training series.

Oct. 23, 2014 – TBA

Oct. 30, 2014 - Pesticide Applicator Training Series:  Ag Pesticide Math (in Spanish)
Instructors: Grant Jackson and Linda White, Oregon Department of Agriculture; Dr. Luisa Santamaria, Department of Botany, Plant Pathology, Oregon State 

This workshop will present information to help prepare Spanish-speaking employees in greenhouses and nurseries for pesticide applicator’s license certification exams. Presenters will teach attendees how to calculate dilutions/mixtures for application to a given spray area.

All Workshops will be held at the North Willamette Research and Extension Center,
15210 NE. Miley Rd., Aurora, OR. We have applied for 3 pesticide recertification credits hours
for each of our sessions


For further information contact :
Program: Robin Rosetta 971-801-0387
Spanish-language programs: Luisa Santamaria 971-801-0389
Registration: Jan Egli at (503) 678-1264, jan.egli@oregonstate.edu
FAX: (503) 678-5986 http://oregonstate.edu/Dept/NWREC/


Oregon State University Extension Service offers educational programs, activities, and materials without discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability, and disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status. OSU Extension Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodations will be provded to those with physical or mental disabilities in
order to attend Extension programs. Please contact the Extension office in advance to make arrangements.
El Servicio de Extensión (Extension Service) de Oregon State University ofrece programas educativos, actividades, y materiales sin discriminación
basada sobre edad, color, incapacidades, identidad o expresión de identidad sexual, estado matrimonial, origen nacional, raza, religión, sexo, orientación sexual, o estado de veterano. El Servicio de Extensión de Oregon State University es una institución que ofrece igualdad de oportunidades


 

.

 

 


 

 






 

 
Website editor:
Robin Rosetta
Page last modified 9/9/14
 

Before applying any of the information found on this site, please read our disclaimer.
Copyright © 2013, All Rights Reserved