Mark your calendars! The Urban & Small Farms Conference is on 3/1-3/4. This year the conference will be 100% virtual. We'll have live sessions with speakers and you'll be able to engage and ask questions.
Urban & Small Farms Conference
Upcoming webinars include "Native Bee Conservation in Urban Areas" along with "Protecting Utah from the Japanese Beetle". Both webinars are free but require registration. One CEU credit is available for Utah residents.
Upcoming February Webinars
Beekeeping course. This class series is designed for first-year beekeepers or those who would like to experience beekeeping before purchasing their first hives. The classes will include both virtual lectures and hands-on management of the beehives at Whee
Beginning Beekeeping Series
Dahlias are popular in Utah’s cut flower industry, but can be affected by viruses. The USU Extension Plant Pathology lab identified several viruses in dahlia plants collected from Utah farms as well as in tubers and seed purchased from suppliers. One of t
Dahlia Mosaic Virus
“Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” The opening line of Charles Moore’s poem creates the impression of slumbering mice awaiting the arrival of Santa. In Anne Mortimer's book, “The C
The House Mouse - Not Your Storybook Christmas Mouse
Upcoming webinars include "Revegetation Strategies for Rangelands" along with "AInvasion of the Lanternflies: Response and Impact of Spotted Lanternfly in the Eastern U.S.". Both webinars are free but require registration. One CEU credit available for Uta
Upcoming January Webinars
This vegetable IPM series will be geared toward Utah's commercial and small urban farmers. Each of the four webinars will cover common diseases and insects pests of various market crops. All presentations will include pest biology, identification, monitor
Vegetable IPM Winter Webinar Series
Upcoming webinars include "Integrated Pest Management for Weeds" along with "Asian Giant Hornet and Common Lookalike Species". Both webinars are free but require registration. One CEU credit available for Utah residents.
Upcoming December Webinars
Carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns is an art form that comes in all shapes, sizes, and levels of difficulty. The final product (usually) makes the pumpkin carvers proud and anxious to display their work. However, often just a few days later, the pumpk
Preserve your Jack-O-Lanterns
Several species of Pythium from both greenhouse and field production of hemp have been identified in Utah. To date we have found three species – Pythium ultimum, P. dissotocum and P. myriotylum. P. ultimum has a wide host range including vegetables and fi
Hemp Disease to Look Out For