This 1-hour long Zoom webinar, on February 4th at noon, is meant for growers, and for people who assist them; especially pest management advisors and pesticide applicators. The event will host top-notch experts in the fields of herbicide science, plant pathology, atmospheric sciences and agricultural regulation.
This webinar will deal with pesticide application in agriculture, from the following perspectives:
* Damages to crops, due to pesticide and herbicide drift from neighboring fields.
* Inefficiency in pesticide application, and ways to correct it.
* Pesticide drift liability: perspectives and lessons to recipients and to sources; growers and pesticide applicators.
* Meteorological factors affecting pesticide application, and localized weather forecasting.
List of speakers:
Prof. Doug Doohan (Herbicide Science), Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, Ohio State University.
Prof. Dorita Edelstein (Atmospheric Science), Institute of Earth Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Israel Institute for Biological Research.
John Fentis, Esq. (Law), Environmental Director, California District Attorneys Association.
Dr. Nadav Nitzan, Head of Plant Pathology, Valley of Springs Research Center, Israel (formerly of the Department of Plant Pathology, Washington State University).
Register for free here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/137078903691