Green peach aphids (GPA) are an important pest of vegetables, causing damage by feeding and transmitting viruses.Webinar: Green peach aphid resistance management with Dr Siobhan de Little Event Details »
The team delivering projects VG15010 and 15009 are pleased to present the third Master Class on soilborne disease management in Tasmania.
This two day Master Class will explore the latest biological, cultural and chemical options for managing soilborne disease in vegetable crops and, most importantly, provide tools for implementing these options within a risk based approach on-farm.
The soil biology masterclass will provide you with core knowledge and principles to assist you in incorporating soil biology and health in management practices to sustainably increase productivity and profitability.
Hawkesbury Campus, Western Sydney University Richmond NSW 2753
This webinar will initially focus on the pest nematode, outlining the life cycles of the root-knot and root-lesion nematodes and how this can be used to target control measures.
The webinar will also cover beneficial free living nematodes and how these can be managed and used as soil health indicators.
Chemicals have different modes of action that can affect both insect pest and beneficial species differently.Webinar: Pesticides and insect pest control in vegetables with Dr Paul Umina Event Details »
Please click on the links in the calendar for more information about each event.