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Upcoming EPA Online Workshops

EPA’s Center for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) hosts an ongoing series of webinars featuring experts from across the country relaying educational information and practical strategies for establishing and improving integrated pest management programs. Also featured are smart, sensible, and sustainable strategies for addressing specific pest issues.

Protecting Boxwoods against Blight and the Box Tree Moth

Tuesday, March 5th, 2024  | 2-330pm 

Boxwood blight is a fungal disease that first appeared in the U.S. in 2011. It affects all types of boxwoods. Once the fungus is present, its symptoms are only reduced by pesticides. There is no treatment to cure boxwood blight; however, there are preventive treatments. Speakers during this free webinar will review how to identify this disease and the steps to take to prevent the blight from spreading to other boxwoods. Additionally, this webinar will discuss the box tree moth, another significant pest of boxwoods. Experts will describe the importance of quarantines, as well as the lures, traps, and other integrated pest management-based controls for this pest.

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Questions about EPA Courses?


Marcia L. Anderson, PhD, LTE, ISA

EPA Center for Integrated Pest Management

1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (7511P); Washington, D.C. 20460

202-566-1590 |  Anderson.marcia@epa.gov