IPM is a key approach for effectively managing and controlling weeds, pests, and disease on sustainable farms. By implementing IPM techniques, farmers can prevent problems before they happen and better control those that do.
This session will address the key building blocks of an IPM approach to farm management, focusing on methods farmers can utilize in greenhouses and hoop houses, through the experience of Peace Tree Farm.
The webinar will consist of portions of two popular sessions Lloyd hosted at recent PASA Sustainable Agriculture Conferences, where he reviews techniques he feels are key to IPM success. Following the recorded portion of this webinar, you’ll participate in a live Q&A.
This webinar is being offered free of charge through support from a Specialty Crop Block Grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.
Lloyd Traven, Peace Tree Farm: Lloyd is a PASA Board Member, organic grower, and the 2005 U.S. National Grower of the Year: Greenhouse Grower. He is known as the “mad scientist” of Peace Tree Farm, and has grown herbs, vegetable transplants, and fine ornamental plants since 1983. As a supplier to botanical gardens, museums, and growers across North America, Peace Tree is known for its passion, innovation, and leadership in sustainable growing techniques and biocontrol systems.
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