Urbanization creates pest problems that threaten the health and welfare of all Georgians. Insect and rodent pests consume and contaminate our food anywhere that it is grown, prepared, cooked, served, or stored.
The Urban Pest Management Program on the University of Georgia’s Griffin Campus is responding to these challenges by researching key problems and disseminating information to those who can use it best, specifically Georgia’s residents and the owners and operators of Georgia’s termite and pest control companies.
The Griffin Pest Management Program is dedicated to the continuing education of employees of all of Georgia’s pest management companies. To that end, the Program offers multiple training opportunities for the pest management professional. Annually, more than 30/40 continuing education hours are available to Georgia’s registered/certified pest management company employees through a multitude of training programs.
Getting the Best of Pests 2015 Webinar Series
- August 19, 2015
Managing Insecticide Resistance in Cockroaches and Bed Bugs, Dr. Mike Scharf, Professor and O. W. Rollins/Orkin Chair in Urban Entomology, Department of Entomology, Purdue University
Biology and Management of Fleas, Dr. Nancy Hinkle, Professor and Veterinary Entomologist, Department of Entomology, University of Georgia
Visit our Webinar Series page for more information or to register for a webinar.
School IPM Workshop - August 27, 2015
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