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USWBSI Scabinar

ScabinarThis live, two-hour webinar is intended for practitioner stakeholders:

  • farmers
  • crop consultants
  • extension personnel
  • industry personnel

Join live to interact and attain insights on Fusarium Head Blight
and the best ways to manage Fusarium Head Blight and associated mycotoxins.


Calendar for Dates and Deadlines  Mark You Calendars

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

11:00AM - 1:00PM Eastern
10:00AM-12:00PM Central
9:00AM-11:00AM Mountain
8:00AM-10:00AM Pacific

 

Program & Experts
The Scabinar is offered in two parts, Part 1 will cover the Fusarium Head Blight disease cycle and Part 2 will cover Fusarium Head Blight/mycotoxin management, both parts will have a presentation along with an interactive panel session with representatives from different geographies and grain classes represented. Attendees are encourage to ask questions to gain insights.

  • Part 1 – Fusarium graminearum Pathogen Perspective
    Presenter
    Tom Baldwin, North Dakota State University
    Panelists
    Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho
    Carl Bradley, University of Kentucky
    Stephen Wegulo, University of Nebraska
     
  • Part 2 - Fusarium Head Blight Management
    Presenter
    Kelsey Anderson Onofre, Kansas State University
    Panelists
    Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho
    Alyssa Koehler, University of Delaware
    Heather Kelly, University of Tennessee

CCA Credits
CCA credits will be available for registered attendees who participate in the live event.

Registration
Free for all attendees
The Scabinar is being hosted by the U.S. Wheat & Barley Scab Initiative via a Zoom webinar interface, additional details and the link for registration will be available soon.

A recording of the Scabinar will be available after the event for ongoing access, however CCA credits will not be available for the recording.

Questions?
Contact the USWBSI Networking & Facilitation Office (NFO) for registration or techincal issues at nfo@scabusa.org or call 517.290.5023.

Organizing Committee
Carl Bradley, University of Kentucky
Juliet Marshall, University of Idaho
Andrew Friskop, North Dakota State University