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EAB in Northeastern U.S.: Background, Updates & Future Direction

EAB has become more prevalent in the northeastern U.S.

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5/24/19
The Emerald Ash Borer: Strategies for Conserving Ash in the Urban Forest

This presentation will review research that provides scientific basis for EAB management and conservation of ash in urban environments.

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12/11/18
New Research, New Innovation in Botrytis Management

Botrytis is widely considered to be one of the costliest diseases in greenhouse ornamental production—and deservedly so, since it’s also known as a high-risk pathogen for its potential to develop fungicide resistance.

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11/26/18
Leaf Spots, Scorches, & Wilts Affecting Southeastern US Deciduous Trees

Foliage and vascular wilt diseases affecting deciduous trees in urban landscapes, including anthracnose, fungal leaf spots, bacterial leaf scorch, Verticillium wilt, and more will be covered with a focus on identification and management.

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10/31/18
What You Need to Know about the Spotted Lanternfly

Spotted lanternfly is a new invasive insect found in southeastern Pennsylvania, northern Virginia, and western New Jersey.

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10/30/18
Planning and timing are critical for saving your urban ash forest from EAB

This webinar will give an update on the status of the emerald ash borer, EAB, as well as advances in treatment and management strategies.

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9/17/18
Pesticide Use in Forests

Dr. John L. Kough is a senior scientist in the Biopesticides and Pollution Prevention Division in the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Dr.

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3/20/18
The Future of the Profession of Plant Pathology

This webinar is a detailed analysis of recent data and trends in the field of plant pathology, presented by David Gadoury from the Department of Plant Pathology at Cornell University. 

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2/1/18
Emerald Ash Borer Information Network

The third webinar of the fall 2017 EAB University webinar series is underway!  You can find this falls webinars, recorded previous webinars going back to spring 2015, and the schedule for future webinars

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10/9/17