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Webinar: Diagnosing and Managing Tree Diseases in a Changing Climate
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Diseased trees detract from the appearance of landscapes, decline in health, pose threats to safety and property, and may ultimately die, leading to costly removal. Early disease detection is important for treatment but also in controlling the spread of some diseases. As our weather patterns continue to change, plant disease patterns will change with them.

3/11/2014
When: March 11, 2014
Noon - 1:00 pm
Contact: Vincent Cotrone
570-602-0610

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Diseased trees detract from the appearance of landscapes, decline in health, pose threats to safety and property, and may ultimately die, leading to costly removal. Early disease detection is important for treatment but also in controlling the spread of some diseases. As our weather patterns continue to change, plant disease patterns will change with them.

Join Dr. Gary Moorman, Professor and Ornamental Plant Pathology Extension Specialist with Penn State University as he discusses the management of tree diseases such as; cankers, fire blight, needle casts, bacterial leaf scorch, and phytophthora. We expect to see more of these diseases in the future as weather patterns shift.

For more information on this webinar click here:  Diagnosing and Managing Tree Diseases in a Changing Climate

This course qualifies for 1 PCH and Landscape Industry Certified CEU.

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