2016 MSU Crop and Pest Management School, Bozeman MT


2016 MSU Crop and Pest Management School

Enrollment is limited; register now for the Crop and Pest Management School (CPMS) 
held at Montana State University January 5-7, 2016. The 2½-day workshop will focus on 
Forage and Pulse Crops. MSU Extension Specialist Dr. Emily Glunk has organized a day of 
forage crop topics, a new and exciting addition to topics covered by the CPMS. This 
schedule has several guest speakers. Dr. Earl Creech, Assistant Professor of Agronomy at 
Utah State University will provide two lectures on forage crop management and Dr. 
Pierce Paul, Associate Professor of Cereal Pathology from Ohio State University will join 
us to provide two lectures on disease epidemiology and management. A hands-on 
practical session will feature beneficial insect identification from samples collected from 
alfalfa crops during the 2015 growing season. Topics in plant breeding and weed, 
disease, insect and nutrient management will be covered by 10 MSU staff from the 
Bozeman campus, as well as the Superintendent of the MSU Central Ag Research 

A registration fee of $195 provides workshop supplies, morning and afternoon 
refreshments, parking and the traditional pizza dinner at Colombo’s. Crop consulting, 
private pesticide applicator and commercial/government pesticide applicator credits will 
be available. The brochure with the schedule is attached; you may register and pay 
using that brochure or you may register and pay online with a credit card by going to 
this website: https://www.montana.edu/pestmanagement/.

For additional information or any questions you may have, please contact me at 

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