The IPM Toolbox: "How to Create and IPM Plan and Scout Greenhouse Tomatoes" – Webinar Recording

Bacterial canker and wilt of tomato

Bacterial canker and wilt of tomato. Photo by Gerald Holmes, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo,

Want to know how to create an IPM plan? Confused about scouting greenhouse tomatoes? Learn from an IPM expert how to do both

Recorded May 9, 2017

Katie Campbell-Nelson, Extension Educator, UMass Amherst


Join Katie Campbell-Nelson for a lively discussion about how to create an IPM plan for your diversified fruit and/or vegetable farm. For one example, we’ll explore the best way to scout tomato pests and diseases in a high tunnel. This will be a highly interactive Q&A where you’re invited to pitch your questions to a seasoned Vegetable Specialist on IPM strategies tailored to your farm.

Katie Campbell-Nelson is an Extension Educator for the University of Massachusetts Vegetable Program with a background in soil and nutrient management and sustainable agriculture. She has expanded a highly successful New England vegetable scouting and pest alert network. She conducts research and provides educational programming for vegetable farmers in Massachusetts and is an editor of Vegetable Notes, a publication with practical and up-to-date research-based information reaching over 2,600 growers.