University of Maine Cooperative Extension will offer two educational updates for the agricultural industry from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 24.

Gary Secor, a North Dakota State University professor of plant pathology, will discuss closing the gap between potential and actual potato production with disease management. Robert Larkin, a New England Plant, Soil, and Water Research Laboratory research plant pathologist, will follow with “Incorporating Disease-Suppressive Rotation Crops into Potato Cropping Systems,” according to a news release from the extension office in Orono.

The fee is $5; registration is required to receive the link. To register, visit extension.umaine.edu. Participants can earn one pesticide recertification credit and one CCA credit.

For more information or to request a reasonable accommodation, contact Steve Johnson at 207-554-4373 or [email protected].

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