The OFA Disease, Insect & Plant Growth Management Conference, held September 28-29 in St. Louis, is a practical program that focuses on two of the most important cultural aspects of crop production.
Attendees can immerse themselves in plant problem issues like:
–Scouting and diagnostics, including disease, insect and look-a-like cultural/environmental symptom recognition
–Understanding the conditions that favor problem development
–Chemical, biological and other non-chemicals methods for managing them.
Attendees can also concentrate on plant growth regulators to gain an understanding of:
–How PGRs affect plant growth
–New PGR products and uses
–Advanced PGR issues and questions
–Alternative means for plant growth management.
Whether you are an assistant grower looking for solid grounding in plant problem control and effective plant height management, or a grower looking for a refresher, this program will pay for itself in the knowledge, resources and skills that can be put to immediate use in your operation.
Learn more about the conference at OFAconferences.org. And consider attending the America In Bloom Symposium & Awards program September 30-October 2, also at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, while you’re in St. Louis.