Description: Understanding the latest research in fungicides in the battle for boxwood health is a key component in managing your boxwood population, whether in a nursery or in a landscape. Join us for insights into fungicides, spore dispersal, and management implications.
Level: All Audiences Type: Research
BBIG Co-Project Director and Chief Scientist of Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in Windsor, CT, supports the nursery and landscape industry with diagnostics, research and outreach including the identification and management of boxwood blight with fungicides, sanitizers and cultural controls. He cooperates with the industry and boxwood breeders to screen for resistance to blight in current boxwood cultivars and breeding lines. James leads integration of new and emerging technology for blight mitigation in this project.
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station: Putting Science to Work for Society .... Solving agricultural, public health, and environmental problems. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES), established in 1875, is the first agricultural experiment station in the United States. The main mission of the CAES is research. Programs also exist to educate the public and to transfer new findings to people trying to solve agricultural, public health, and environmental problems.
Address: 123 Huntington St. New Haven, CT 06511 Email: email@example.com Contact: Jim LaMondia Phone: (203) 974-8500 FAX: (203) 974-8502