Integrated Pest Management (or IPM as it is called), is an organized system of practices that seeks to control pests while maintaining minimal environmental damage and maximum economic efficiency. This means that a proper IPM program will conserve environmental resources while … [Read more...]
Rutgers Announces New Fertilizer Class
If you're a professional landscaper in New Jersey, you need a certification to apply fertilizer to a customer's property. For all the details regarding this 2011 law, including the necessary information concerning certification and the necessary exam, please visit the Rutgers … [Read more...]
Fight Invasive Species on 9/26
From our friends at the Earth Center: The Middlesex County Freeholder Board invites you to participate in a free workshop on how to identify and prevent invasive species from crowding out more desirable native species in your landscape. Identifying Invasive Species takes … [Read more...]
Take Your Passion for Plants to the Next Level: Become A Master Gardener!
This is from our friends at the Master Gardener Program: A new season of Master Gardener classes will be starting soon at the Middlesex County EARTH Center in Davidson Mill Pond Park, located at 42 Riva Ave., South Brunswick. The Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex … [Read more...]
How Do I Get A Pesticide Applicator License in New Jersey?
Here at Rutgers University, we get a lot of questions regarding the New Jersey pesticide applicator licensing program. Below are some quick answers to the most common questions. 1. How do I get my pesticide applicator license in New Jersey? You must first complete a CORE … [Read more...]
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