Wed, 20 Mar | King George's Hall, Chapel Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, UK

Integrated Pest Management Systems in the Garden

Dr Rosemary Collier from Warwick University will help us get to grips with the pests we all encounter in our gardens.
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Integrated Pest Management Systems in the Garden

Time & Location

20 Mar 2019, 19:00
King George's Hall, Chapel Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, UK

About the Event

Rosemary trained as an entomologist and has worked on the pest insects of horticultural crops for many years. She is particularly interested in using science to address problems in the horticultural industry. She currently leads the taught Masters courses at Warwick on Sustainable Crop Production and Food Security and within these leads modules on the Challenges of Global Food Security and Organic and Low Input Systems and teaches Integrated Pest Management. She also teaches undergraduates and postgraduates about the concept of ecosystem services and particularly those delivered by land managers. Rosemary is a member of Advisory Committee on Releases to the Environment, the Royal Horticultural Society Science Committee, the UK Insecticide Resistance Action Group and the IOBC-WPRS Council.                                                   

We are very lucky to have expert advice from rosemary to help us tackle any problems that we may encounter in our gardens.

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