Cornell University

Broadleaf Weed Identification for Crop Production

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Virtual Event

Broadleaf weed identification for crop production will be conducted by Bryan Brown, NYSIPM, In this session Bryan will cover some key distinguishing characteristics of the most problematic broadleaf weeds in NY crops. The program will begin promptly at 12:00 and end at 1:00pm. 1.0 NYS DEC recertification credits, 1.0 CCA credits PM. You will be asked to enter your name and certification number into the chat box both at the beginning and end of the program to obtain NYSDEC recertification credits. Please enter the webinar at 11:45am to sign in.

Many of our most problematic weeds are broadleaf weeds. The best way to control them varies depending on the species, so it is imperative that weeds are identified correctly. In this session we'll go over some of the key distinguishing characteristics of the most problematic broadleaf weeds in NY field crops. For each species, we'll discuss some of the biology that makes it weedy and look for potential "Achilles heals" that can be exploited for management. We'll also review best practices for using smartphone weed ID apps.

NYSDEC credits: 1.0                                                                                         CCA credits: 1.0

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Event Type

Presentation

Departments

CCE Oneida

Tags

ipm, weeds, integrated pest management

Website

https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/broadleaf...

Group
Cooperative Extension
Contact E-Mail

jjm14@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Jeff Miller

Contact Phone

315-736-3394

Speaker

Dr. Bryan Brown

Speaker Affiliation

NYS Integrated Pest Management, Cornell University

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