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Protecting Pollinators
Start Date 08/10/2017
End Date 08/10/2017
Description This presentation will provide for discussion of one of the most important environmental issues facing the Green Industry, the protection of honey bees and other native pollinators, and how we can minimize the negative impact of insecticide use with product selection and timing, as well as maximize the positive impact that ornamental plants can have on pollinator habitat.
Location Dallas, TX
Distance Learning No
Course Equivalency No
Subjects Agriculture / Local Food Production
Sustainable Development & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare Yes
Hours 1.0
Learning Outcomes Objectives:
1. Where to find pollinator protection information on a pesticide label
2. How to provide pollinator habitat
3. What we know and don’t know about the impact of pesticides on pollinators
Instructors Laura MillerTexas A&M AgriLife ExtensionBio: Laura M. Miller is the Texas A&M AgriLife Commercial Horticulture Extension Agent for Tarrant County. She provides informal educational programs and problem solving services to anyone who is trying to make som
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Provider Texas Nursery and Landscape Association

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