LANCASTER, Pa. — Penn State Extension is holding a meeting/listening session Jan. 18 at the Doubletree Resort Hotel in Lancaster from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The group hopes to identify some new ideas and approaches to stem the problem of herbicide resistant weeds at the meeting.
This meeting will be hosted as one of seven held around the country. An objective of this meeting is to hear from those who are directly impacted by herbicide resistance.
Despite the many efforts of Extension, industry, state and federal agencies, herbicide resistance continues to get worse.
- The specific goals for the meeting are:
- Identify challenges to managing herbicide resistance
- Hear and discuss new ideas to combat resistance
- Develop ways to help communities collaborate to more effectively manage resistance
The meeting at the Doubletree Resort in Lancaster will include lunch as well as CCA credits and there is no cost to attend. However, in order to organize the session and accommodate lunch numbers, R.S.V.P. to Annie Klodd at email@example.com.
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