Southeast Herbicide Applicator Conference

October 3-5, 2011
Edgewater Beach Resort
Panama City Beach, Florida

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Monday, October 3, 2011
4:00-7:00pm Registration Opens, Sponsors Set-Up Displays
5:00-7:00pm Early-bird Networking Social
 
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
7:00am-5:00pm Registration Open, Sponsor Exhibits on Display
7:00-7:50am Morning Refreshments and Networking
General Session
Time General Session I  [Moderator: Fred Fishel]
7:50-8:00am Welcome and Opening Comments -Fred Fishel, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department 
8:00-8:25am Pioneer Pest Management?  A Comparison of Modern Herbicide Technology to Weed Control Methods of the Past  - John Byrd, Mississippi State University Department of Plant and Soil Science   [PRESENTATION]
8:25-8:50am Advances in Aerial Herbicide Application - Patrick Minogue, University of Florida, North Florida Research and Education Center   [PRESENTATION
8:50-9:40am IPM From Cotton to Hydrilla - James Cuda, University of Florida, IFAS, Department of Entomology and Nematology   [PRESENTATION]
9:40-10:10am Refreshment Break and Networking
Time General Session II [Moderator: Fred Fishel]
10:10-10:35am How to Prevent Herbicide Failure? - Greg MacDonald, University of Florida, IFAS Agronomy Department   [PRESENTATION]
10:35-11:00am How to (and how not to) Store and Transport Pesticides - Fred Fishel, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department   [PRESENTATION]
11:00-11:50am Mitigation of Soil Contamination and Landscape Restoration after Mis-Application of a Persistent, Root Active Herbicide by an Over-zealous Athletic Supporter - Stephen Enloe, Auburn University, Department of Agronomy and Soils   [PRESENTATION]
11:50am-1:00pm Boxed Lunch Provided
Concurrent Sessions
Time
 
Aquatics I
[Moderator: Greg MacDonald]
Time
 
Uplands I
[Moderator: Stephen Enloe]
1:00-1:25pm Integrated Management of Algae, Turbidity, and Other Difficult Problems in Ponds - Claude Reeves, Auburn University
   [PRESENTATION]
1:00-1:25pm GPS for Monitoring Invasive Plant Management - Brent Sellers, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department, Beef Cattle Experiment Station
1:25-1:50pm Biology and Management of Floating Hearts (Nymphoides spp.) - Michael Netherland, US Army Corps of Engineers and University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants   [PRESENTATION] 1:25-1:50pm Adjuvant Selection - Andrew MacRae, University of Florida, IFAS Department of Horticultural Sciences   [PRESENTATION]
1:50-2:40pm New Opportunities for Resistance Management of Aquatic Weeds - William Haller, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department and Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants   [PRESENTATION] 1:50-2:15pm Can Cogongrass Populations be Eradicated? - Stephen Enloe, Auburn University, Department of Agronomy and Soils   [PRESENTATION]
2:15-2:40pm Weed Management on Eglin Air Force Base - Dennis Teague, Eglin Natural Resources   [PRESENTATION]
2:40-3:10pm Refreshment Break and Networking
Time
 
Aquatics II
[Moderator: Greg MacDonald]
Time
 
Uplands II
[Moderator: Stephen Enloe]
3:10-4:00pm Evaluation of New Herbicide for Aquatic Plant Management - Rob Richardson, North Carolina State University, Department of Crop Science 3:10-3:35pm Japanese Climbing Fern Control - Clyde Smith, United Phosphorus, Inc. (UPI)
   [PRESENTATION]
3:35-4:00pm Don’t be a Vector: Prevent Movement of Invasive Plant Propagules on You and Your Equipment - Jeffrey Hutchinson, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department and Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants   [PRESENTATION]
4:00-4:50pm New and Expanding Invasive Aquatic Plant Species - Lyn Gettys, University of Florida, IFAS, Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants   [PRESENTATION] 4:00-4:25pm National Park Service, Invasive Plant Management Teams - Tony Pernas, National Park Service   [PRESENTATION]
4:25-4:50pm Amniocyclopyrachlor for use on Florida Right-of-Ways - Michael Durham, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department   [PRESENTATION]
4:50pm End of Wednesday Sessions
5:00-7:00pm Welcome Reception 
 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
7:00am-12:00pm Registration Open, Sponsor Exhibits on Display
7:00-8:00am Morning Refreshments and Networking
Concurrent Sessions
Time  Aquatics III
[Moderator: William Haller]
Time  Uplands III
[Moderator: Luke Flory]
8:00-8:25am Things People Never Seem to Understand about Pond Management - Stew Metzler, DeAngelo Brothers, Inc.   [PRESENTATION] 8:00-8:25am Increasing Invasive Plant Management Efficiency with Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas (CISMAS) - Fred Fishel, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department   [PRESENTATION]
8:25-8:50am Fate of Aquatic Herbicides in the Environment - Michael Netherland, US Army Corps of Engineers and University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants   [PRESENTATION] 8:25-8:50am Evaluation of New Herbicide Chemistry for Upland Invasive Species - Rob Richardson, North Carolina State University Department of Crop Science
8:50-9:15am

Common Reed in the Southeastern United States - William Overholt, University of Florida, IFAS, Entomology Department, Indian River Research and Education Center
   [PRESENTATION]

8:50- 9:15am Chinese Privet (Ligustrum sinense) Control with Basal Bark Herbicide Application - Stephen Enloe, Auburn University, Department of Agronomy and Soils   [PRESENTATION]
9:15-9:40am Integrated Management of Paragrass - Brent Sellers, University of Florida, IFAS, Agronomy Department, Beef Cattle Experiment Station
   [PRESENTATION]
9:15-9:40am New and Expanding Invasive Upland Plant Species - Jeffrey Hutchinson, University of Florida, IFAS, Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
   [PRESENTATION]
9:40-10:10am Refreshment Break and Networking
General Session
Time General Session III [Moderator: Bill Kline]
10:10-10:35am Testing, Toxicity, and Exposure: How Safe is "No Unreasonable Risk"? - Donna Farmer, Monsanto Company   [PRESENTATION]
10:35-11:00am Why it's so Important to Read Labels CAREFULLY AND FREQUENTLY - Jerry Renney, Applied Aquatic, Eagle Lake, FL   [PRESENTATION]
11:00-11:25am Stay Sane, Let Education Reign! Resources for Aquatic Plant Managers - Stacia Hetrick, University of Florida, IFAS Osceola County Extension; Kate Wilson, University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants; and Orifice P. Nozzlehead, Independent
   [PRESENTATION]
11:25-11:50am Things You Should Never Forget When You Spray - Carlton Layne, Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration Foundation   [PRESENTATION]
11:50am-12:00pm Closing Remarks and Evaluation Return
12:00pm Conference Concludes

 


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