Aquatic Plant and Algae Management and Endangered Species: Stresses or Stressors, Risks or Benefits?

CSI Principal Consultant, Ashlea Frank presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Aquatic Plant Management Society (APMS)– Daytona Beach, FL – July 16-19, 2017 for CSI President/CEO, Bernalyn McGaughey.  APMS is an international organization of scientists, educators, students, commercial pesticide applicators, and administrators interested in the management and study of aquatic plants.

The APMS Annual Meeting surely was an informative and successful meeting for the education, scientific, and operational advancement of aquatic plant management.  As quoted in the presentation, “Resolving the challenges of the current ‘interim process’ and its dysfunction will require a proactive effort on the part of the pesticide users and registrants.” mentioned in support of the theme, “Can you not see that the task is your task – yours to dream, yours to resolve, yours to execute?”

Please find the presentation below:

Aquatic Plant and Algae Management and Endangered Species: Stresses or Stressors, Risk or Benefits?, Ashlea Frank.

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For a list of other events that CSI will be attending in 2017, visit our Events page.

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