Greenhouse School Save the Date


2019 Greenhouse School

  • Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 8:45 AM - 4:15 PM

Tuesday, February 19th    8:45 am - 4:15 pm

8:45 - 9:45 am - Registration, Pesticide credit sign-in; visit vendor tables

CCE-Erie at 21 South Grove Street • East Aurora, NY 14052
(located in the Print Shop Building on the Roycroft campus)

Workshop registration includes coffee, snacks and lunch.
Sponsorship of program breaks and lunch has been provided by Griffin and Ball Horticultural. Learn what is new in management of pests in commercial greenhouses from NYS IPM specialists, Cornell industry personnel and regional pesticide specialists. 

View & print full agenda here

VWNY Greenhouse School Vendor Opportunity:

View & print Vendor Application here

Sessions will cover:
-The Root of the Problem: Plant Health From Roots On Up
- Using Biocontrol in Mixed Cropping - Vegetables and Ornamentals
- Walking Through Your Front Door and Seeing What Your Customer Sees and Other Ideas to Help Grow Your Business
- Spotted Lanternfly - Cause for Concern? What Growers Should Know
- Pesticide Handling and Safety Jeopardy Game

Approved Pesticide Recertification hours for this course:  CORE - 0.5; 1a - 4.25; 22 and 9 - 0.5; 23 - 0.75; 3a and 25 - 1.25 and 24 - 3.5.   

Speakers include Elizabeth Lamb and Brian Eshenaur from NYS Integrated Pest Management (IPM); Sue Adams from Adams Greenhouses; Jamilyn Woodside from NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets; Mike Oleykowki from Syngenta; and Joanne Lutz, GGSPRO. The program is provided in partnership with New York Flower Industries.

Fee is $35 for those enrolled in CCE-Erie and NYSFI; $45 for those enrolled in NYSFI and not yet CCE Erie, $95 for those not enrolled in either CCE-Erie or NYSFI. For more information on New York State Flower Industries visit:

Register at .  Advance registration requested by February 17th, so we can plan for lunches and breaks!

For more information, contact Sharon Bachman at (716) 652-5400 (x150) or For persons with disabilities, please contact Sharon by Feb 6th.

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Last updated February 8, 2019