September 26, 2019, 5pm-7pm
Cornell AgriTech Fruit and Vegetable Research Farm
1.5 DEC pesticide credits available for Categories 1a, 3a, 24, 25, and 10
Providing habitat for pollinators and other beneficial insects can beautify your location, bring in customers, and show that you and your business are good stewards of the land. There are several methods of establishment but which one would work best in your situation?
Come to the Planting for Beneficial Habitat Twilight Field Day at Cornell AgriTech, Geneva NY on September 26, 2019 to learn about establishment, the benefits to pollinators and beneficial insects and the potential for biological control.
Location: Cornell AgriTech Fruit and Vegetable Research Farm, 1097 County Rd 4, Geneva NY 14456. Once you arrive, follow the signs to the field and designated parking area.
|5:30||Can Wildflower Plantings Help You With Pest Control? Amara Dunn, NYS Integrated Pest Management Program, Cornell|
|6:00||Know the Beneficial Insects, Jason Dombroskie, Department of Entomology, Cornell|
|6:30||Landscape Pesticide Decision Making for Managing Pollinators, Maria van Dyke, Department of Entomology, Cornell|