NEWS: Invasive Tree Pests Workshop



Goldspotted oak borers pose a significant threat to San Diego County oak trees. Image courtesy of Mike Lewis, Center for Invasive Species Research.

The University of California Cooperative Extension will be holding an invasive tree pests workshop on Friday, October 19 in San Diego. Southern California landscapes are increasingly threatened by the goldspotted oak borer (GSOB), polyphagous shot hole borer/Fusarium dieback disease (PSHB/FD), and Southern American palm weevil (SAPW). This workshop is designed to update land managers, tree care professionals, and pesticide applicators on the latest invasive pest findings in San Diego, as well as to provide a review of pesticide law and regulation.

Friday, October 19, 2018

9:00 AM-2:45 PM (lunch provided)

The Point Event Center

1010 Santa Clara Place, San Diego, CA 92109

Registration: $30.00

For registration and for more information, please visit the workshop website.

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