Insect ID for Gardeners
Date: March 26, 2016
Time: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Location: Kent/MSU Extension 775 Ball Avenue NE, Grand Rapids 49503
Contact: Adriane Land, 616-632-7880 ext 2, email@example.com
Cost: $70.00 per participant
(Includes: lunch and 30x hand lens)
We all know how frustrating it can be. ‘Something’ is eating your clematis or broccoli or roses or boxwood, leaving leaves and /or blossoms tattered or missing in action! You know from your integrated pest management training that step one in controlling the problem is identifying the ‘pest.’ Two wings or four? Sucking mouthparts or chewing mouthparts? Short or bristly antennae? Yikes! Join us to learn how to use a dichotomous key and make the correct identification of your garden pest easier.
MSU Extension Educator, Duke Elsner, and Extension Instructor, Abi Saaed, are combining their considerable expertise to offer a day of interactive, hands-on entomology education. The day will include:
- the basics of insect biology
- an overview of eight common insect orders
- how to use a dichotomous key
- working with a dissecting microscope, and
- discussion about insect control.
Join us for this fun and informative class. Space is limited to 32 participants so don’t delay - register today!
REGISTRATION deadline is March 16, 2016 or when class is full. No registrations at the door.
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Cancellation Policy: No refunds within 7 days of the event. Substitutions allowed.