Dr. Fred Whitford is the coordinator of Purdue Pesticide Programs of the Purdue Cooperative Extension Service. He received a B.S. in wildlife management from Louisiana Tech University, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in entomology from Iowa State University. He has written four books, more than 200 research, extension, or regulatory publications, and has delivered over 4,000 presentations to a wide array of audiences.
The second part in becoming certified to apply pesticides to turf in Indiana is to pass the 3b examination. This workshop covers the management of turf and its pests (weeds, insect, disease) as well as a review of pesticide laws and mathematics. This workshop prepares attendees for the 3b exam. NO Exam will be given […]
A step in becoming a certified Pesticide applicator in Indiana is to pass the CORE examination. This workshop covers pesticide laws, pesticide formulations, applicator safety, environmental protection, label comprehension and laws pertaining to pesticide use. This workshop prepares attendees to take the CORE exam. NO Exam will be given at the workshop. You will schedule […]