Plant Disease Management
9/9/2016 to 9/16/2016
Two Friday's, September 9, 16
10 am - 2:30 pm
Mt. Cuba Center
Gardening with nature requires knowledge of the various pathogenic fungi, bacteria, and
viruses that affect native plants and the environmental conditions that lead to infection.
Become your own plant health detective and learn the signs and symptoms of the most
common plant diseases in our landscapes. Study disease life cycles and discuss multi-faceted
management strategies for prevention and control, then implement them in your garden. Bring
your lunch, dress for the weather, and be prepared to walk outdoors.
Robert Mulrooney is a retired Extension Plant Pathologist with the University of Delaware. He
was in charge of the Diagnostic Clinic and Nematode Assay Service and conducted educational
programming in Plant Pathology.
This course is eligible for 4 PCH CEUs.
For additional information or to register, click here: PLANT DISEASE MANAGEMENT
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