(Provided by the California Association of Pest Control Advisers)
The California Association of Pest Control Advisers is holding a series of professional training seminars this summer and fall from Aug. 15-Nov. 19.
Topics for the training seminars will address pest control practices, integrated pest management, pest management plans, horticulture, landscape, turf and ornamentals, application methods, water quality issues and mitigation practices, plus nutrient management, sustainable-organic practices, and more.
The purpose of CAPCA educationalseminars is to provide higher education for pest management professionals. The training offers up-to-date information on laws, regulations, and pest management practices to advisers and applicators in the industry.
The seminars are open to all pest control license holders (PCAs, QALs, QACs), private applicators, other license holders,
Costs vary with the event.
The seminar topics, dates, and locations include:
Aug. 14 - turf and ornamental seminar – Sacramento
Aug. 15 - sustainable-organic production - Tulare
Aug. 20 - nutrient management (CCA credit only) - Exeter
Aug. 21 - nutrient management (CCA credit only) – Salinas
Sept. 11 - nutrient management (CCA credit only) – Coalinga
Sept. 18 - turf and ornamental - San Jose
Sept. 25 - turf, ornamental, and vertebrae - Santa Ana
Sept. 26 - Euwallacea beetle, fusarium dieback connection - Huntington
Oct. 20-22 – CAPCA Conference and Agri-Expo – Reno, NV - www.capca.com/registration
Nov. 13 – Tulare-Kings Chapter Fall CE – Tulare
Nov. 14 – Central Coast Chapter Fall CE – Santa Maria
Nov. 19 – nutrient management (CCA credit only) - Woodland
Nov. 21 - turf, ornamental, sustainability - Vallejo
Registration information is available online at https://capcaed.com/.
For more information, contact Joyce Basan at (916) 928-1625, Ext. 201 and email@example.com.
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