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Plant Diagnostics: Diagnosing and Solving Plant Problems

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Be your own plant doc! Learn how to identify and treat common plant diseases and insect problems.

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Learn how to identify and treat common plant diseases and insect problems. By following the proper protocol, be able to distinguish the difference between cultural, environmental, or a disease/insect issue. Students will learn to utilize Integrated Pest Management Practices by using eco-friendly and non-chemical controls. The similarities and differences between organic and chemical insecticides will be discussed along with proper protection for both the environment and the pesticide applicator.

Plant Diagnostics: Diagnosing and Solving Plant Problems is a part of Cornell Cooperative Extension's Green Gardener program. The Green Gardener Program is a non- credit, adult education program offered to environmentally minded garden enthusiasts, from the novice to the well experienced gardener who is looking for a little review. Each class topic consists of two sessions. The first session primarily a lecture presentation with a home assignment and time for questions. The second session is a workshop for student assignment share and review.

The lecture session is March 24 from 6:30 to 8 PM. Followed by a student project review session on March 31 from 6:30 to 8 PM. The project and workshop session are optional for students not seeking the Green Gardener Certificate but firmly recommended.

Learn more about the certificate and the 5-course series at www.RocklandCCE.org/GreenGardener.

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