April 30, 2020
Improving Your Pecan Pesticide Utilization
Noble Research Institute, Entry 5
2510 Sam Noble Parkway
Ardmore, OK 73401
8:30 am - noon
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Level 3: Advanced
A major part of any pecan orchard management is the utilization of pesticides. The success of the orchard is dependent on the proper selection and application of pesticides. This includes your economic and efficacy considerations. This course will help you improve your pesticide management plan to increase the economic viability of your orchard.
What You Will Learn:
- The pitfalls of chemical management using pesticides
- How to develop a chemical management plan
- Economic viability of different pesticides
How You Will Learn:
- Seminar presentations
- Classroom discussion
Who Should Attend:
- Experienced pecan producers who want to improve their pest management
What You Should Bring:
- Your pest management plan or a current list of the pesticides you have been using
- Demonstrating Irrigation Systems for Specialty Crops
- Improving Pecan Profitability Through Marketing Strategies
- Introduction to Land Stewardship
- How to Establish a Pecan Orchard
- Phil Mulder, Ph.D., Professor and Department Head, Entomology, Oklahoma State University
- Mike Smith, Ph.D., Emeritus Faculty, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Oklahoma State University