Plants, Pests, and Pathogens Webinar Series

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N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck County Center will host a webinar series sponsored bthe NC State Extension, Plant Disease and Insect Clinic, and the Departments of Plant Pathology, Entomology, and Horticultural Science. Each webinar will include a featured speaker from the previously mentioned departments with time for open discussion. If you are interested in learning more about topics ranging from gardening to plant pests and weeds, come join us every fourth Tuesday from April to October at 10–11:50 a.m. A table with the dates and topics can be found below.

Date Title Speaker
April, 23 Current Pest and Plant Disease Issues in NC Matt Bertone, Extension Associate, and Mike Munster, Plant Disease Diagnostician – NC State University Entomology and Plant Pathology
May, 28 Growing Grapes in the Garden Mark Hoffman, Small Fruits Extension Specialist, NC State University Dept. of Horticultural Science
June, 25 Current Pest and Plant Disease Issues in NC Matt Bertone, and Mike Munster
July, 23 Giant Hogweed, Purple Loosestrife and Floating Heart – Oh My! An Overview of State and Federal Noxious Weeds Found in North Carolina Bridget Lassiter, Weed Specialist – N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Plant Industry, Plant Protection Section
August, 27 Current Pest and Plant Disease Issues in NC Matt Bertone, and Mike Munster
September, 24 Caring for Trees with Storms in Mind Barb Fair, Landscape Extension Specialist and Associate Professor, NC State University Dept. of Horticultural Science
October, 22 Current Pest and Plant Disease Issues in NC Matt Bertone, and Mike Munster

Register online for this free workshop at go.ncsu.edu/plantspestspathogens or by calling the office. If you have questions about the topics or webinar series, or if you need accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact Chris Blaha at 252-232-2262 or email ctblaha@ncsu.edu no later than five business days before the event.