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Managing aquatic invasive species is a daunting challenge. Knowing the threats, what to look for, where to look is a good start. Because aquatic systems by definition have adequate water, something will always grow when sunlight and nutrients are available. Management strategy needs to recognize this reality. 

Topics covered at this session will include:
 
  • The essential elements of a successful aquatic pest management program
  • How to measure aquatic system volume
  • Pest identification
  • Defining the magnitude of problems
  • Determining the source of the problem
  • Develop appropriate management strategy
 
Come learn about some of the most pressing aquatic invasive species in the Midwest and effective ways to manage spread and impacts. This session qualifies for pesticide applicators recertification in category F.
Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
January 09, 2013
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Thursday January 10, 2013
Managing aquatic invasive species is a daunting challenge. Knowing the threats, what to look for, where to look is a good start. Because aquatic systems by definition have adequate water, something will always grow when sunlight and nutrients are available. Management strategy needs to recognize this reality. 

Topics covered at this session will include:
 
  • The essential elements of a successful aquatic pest management program
  • How to measure aquatic system volume
  • Pest identification
  • Defining the magnitude of problems
  • Determining the source of the problem
  • Develop appropriate management strategy
 
Come learn about some of the most pressing aquatic invasive species in the Midwest and effective ways to manage spread and impacts. This session qualifies for pesticide applicators recertification in category F.
Speaker Information
John Barten   [ view bio ]
Doug Jensen   [ view bio ]
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MNLA Member Price:$29.00
Non-Member Price:$29.00