Cotton Insect Scouting School

Type
Program
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Overview

This service provides training on how to scout for and identify insect, weed, and disease pests of cotton, and making pest management recommendations.

Contact

David Kerns
Extension Entomologist
Address: 2475 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843

Field scouting for pests is one of the foundational pillars of Integrated Pest Management. This service provides training for consultants, cotton scouts, agri-industry and extension personnel on how to scout for and identify insect, weed, and disease pests of cotton, and making pest management recommendations.

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