The University of Nebraska-Lincoln DPH and the University of Florida DPM programs have co-organized a P-IE Section Symposium for the upcoming Entomological Society of America conference in Portland, Oregon. Title: Entomology-A Foundational Discipline for Integrated Plant Health Training When: … Read More
On Saturday, October 11, 2014, DPM students celebrated 50 years of IFAS and participated in the annual CALS TailGator event! DPM students answered programmatic and general plant health questions from CALS alumni, faculty, and students.
The UF, DPM Program had the opportunity to visit the FMC Corporation field station in Sparks, GA during the Fall Semester of 2014. Bruce Stripling, Jr. hosted the tour.
North Carolina Ornamental Nursery and Agricultural Tour, Hosted by Johnston County Extension Agent Amie Newsome!
October 3, 2014: DPM students learned about ornamental production and pest management practices by touring four North Carolina nurseries. Amie Newsome, Extension Agent for Johnston County, North Carolina extended gracious southern hospitality as our host, coordinator, and tour guide! Nurseries… Read More
Stephanie Bloem and Lottie Erikson from USDA-APHIS-PPQ-CPHST-PERAL (Plant Epidemiology and Risk Analysis Laboratory) hosted DPM Program students on October 2, 2014 in Raleigh, NC. DPM students learned about pest risk analysis procedures for imports and exports, and the… Read More
The DPM Student Organization (DPMSO) will have an autumn vegetable sale today, Monday, October 6, 2014 from 3pm-6pm. Visit the DPM Facebook page post for more information.
The DPM Program has had a busy summer and early fall 2014! If you haven’t had a chance to read our summer 2014 newsletter, please check it out! Also, we are in the process of preparing the Fall… Read More
August 2014 InTheFieldMagazine: UF Plant Doctor Program Produces Interdisciplinary Plant Health Problem-Solvers
Readers of the August 2014 Hillsborough County InTheField Magazine were provided updated information about the UF, Doctor of Plant Medicine (DPM) program by Jim Frankowiak. Check out page 80 of the online magazine for more information.