Workshop: Pesticides update and best practice advice with Amenity Forum chairman John Moverley

John Moverley is the chairman of the Amenity Forum, the UK-based industry-led body for the promotion of best practice principles within the amenity sector when using pesticides to control pests and diseases.

John Moverley
John Moverley

John has many years of senior executive level experience in commercial, third sector and public sector organisations including as a principal and chief executive of two land-based colleges and former CEO of the Royal Agricultural Society. He is also chairman of the West Midlands Advisory Committee for the Forestry Commission and a member of the Severn and Wye Flood and Coastal Protection Committee.

Moverley will provide his audience of gardens, parks and maintenance professionals at Parks & Gardens Live with a highly practical presentation providing an overview of the current regulations governing use of pesticides in an amenity context.

His talk will include:

-Practical advice on what the professional gardener/parks/contractor audience should and should not be doing with regard to the current regulations
-The role of Integrated Pest Management in an amenity context
-Latest thinking on potential developments for the regulations concerning pest and disease control, post-Brexit 

  • The workshop will take place at 1pm and last approximately one hour including time for questions from the audience.

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