“Healthy Plants, Indoor and Out” with Dr. Nick Goltz
May 18 @ 7:30 pm
Dr. Nick Goltz, the director of UConn’s Plant Diagnostic Laboratory, will introduce fundamental techniques of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for the home gardener as well as tips and tricks on how to help any plants—from hardy CT natives to delicate tropical houseplants—live their best lives.
Nick is the director of UConn’s Plant Diagnostic Laboratory. He moved to Connecticut shortly after graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Plant Medicine. In addition to the plant health experience gained through his degree, Dr. Goltz worked for the UF Plant Diagnostic Center since 2019, and by working at state and federal regulatory laboratories since 2016, performing research to develop biological control options for the management of invasive snails and insects. Dr. Goltz has a passion for plant health and integrated pest management and is deeply excited to work with growers and homeowners to find holistic and comprehensive solutions for any plant problem they may be dealing with.
Free for members; $10 suggested non-member donation. After the event, you’ll receive a recorded copy of the talk.
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