Connect the Dots: Plant Diversity, Pollinators and Pest Management
Horticulture Educator, Ohio State University Entomology and Extension Specialist
Wednesday, September 15, at 7 p.m. (Note change from our usual Thursday programs.) This is a Zoom presentation. Registration deadline is noon Wednesday, September 15.
Protecting plant pollinators is commonly viewed only as an insecticide use issue. However, does the abundance of flowering plants translate into a decreased number of plant pests? How do pollinators themselves play a critical role in the reduced need for insecticides? This presentation reveals the multi-layered connections between pollen and nectar and a parade of unsung insect heroes that keep pests in check.
Joe Boggs has over 29 years of Extension experience specializing in tree and shrub diagnostics and pest management and has served as a state wide specialist. He averages over 100 teaching presentations per year (including a recent presentation to the Perennial Plant Association) and has published articles in numerous trade journals including Landsculptor (Michigan Green Industry Association), the Buckeye Arborist (Ohio Nursery and Landscape Association), and the Canadian Groundskeeper. He is the co-leader for the Ohio State University Buckeye Environmental Horticulture Team (BEHT) and a frequent contributor to the Buckeye Yard and Garden Line (BYGL) blog. His weekly radio segment, “Buggy Joe Boggs Report,” runs from April through October on the Saturday morning show, “In the Garden with Ron Wilson,” (iHeartRadio: WKRC, Cincinnati; News Radio 610 WTVN, Columbus). The Cincinnati show is syndicated to 34 radio stations in 12 states.
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