2019 South Texas Agriculture Symposium
Staying Current in the Changing Times
April 16, 2019
from 8am to 12 noon, Registration at 7:30am
at the Lee County Extenstion Office, 210 S.Grimes
Event is free, but must RSVP by April 15 to 979.542.2753
The Lee County office of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is pleased to announce 2019 South Texas Agriculture Symposium: Staying Current in the Changing Times.
The Symposium, presented as a live-webinar, will be held on April 16, from 8 am – 12 noon at the Lee County Extension office, located at 310 South Grimes, in Giddings. Registration will open at 7:30 am.
The event is free. Two CEU credits (IPM and General) will be offered to Private Applicator Pesticide license holders. Topics will include:
· Identification of and Control Methods for External Parasites of Livestock, Dr. Joe Paschal (½ IPM CEU)
· Feral Pigs: A Problem with Solutions!, Dr. Maureen Frank
· The Bermudagrass Stem Maggot: What is it and What Can You Do?, Luke Pruter (½ IPM CEU)
· Pasture Weed Management: The Latest and Greatest, Dr. Joshua McGinty (½ General CEU)
· What’s New with Herbicide Brush Control?; Dr. Megan Clayton (½ General CEU)
· Baitfish in Demand: Are you prepared to provide it?; Dr. Andrew Ropicki
· Hemp: A New Worthy Enterprise or Will it “Mellow Out?; Dr. Joshua McGinty
· Drought Insurance: How to Make Dry Weather Work in Your Favor; Mac Young
Please RSVP by April 15 to 979.542.2753.