PGRs in Tree Care

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2024 Multi-Chapter Webinar Series
Held in Cooperation with ISA Michigan
Webinar Time: 9am - 10am (PST)

Reducing the amount of top growth a plant puts on in a season can be beneficial from an aesthetic and pruning labor standpoint.  Modern growth regulators offer a host of secondary health benefits that improve a plant's chances of surviving in our urbanized ecosystems.  By the end of this talk attendees should have a better understanding of how plant growth regulators work, and their application in the landscape.

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Registration Closes 7/19/2024

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Instructor: Blake Thilmony, Research Scientist Rainbow Ecoscience

Blake Thilmony Gillis is a Research Scientist on the R&D team for Rainbow Ecoscience.  Blake’s role is to design and manage various research projects and trials to develop new products, protocols, and equipment for the green industry.

Blake began working with Rainbow Tree Companies in 2017, after earning her Master’s in Plant Science from North Dakota State University. Blake started as a plant healthcare technician before joining the Vegetation Management division of the company, managing tree growth under powerlines with Cambistat applications. Her background in plant healthcare, experience, and technical expertise launched her into a research role in 2018; she has taken on several research projects, including PGR (plant growth regulator) research, reduced irrigation trials, development of the Quantum tree injector, novel fungicide development and many others. Blake has since become the senior researcher with a commitment to transform way that landscapes are managed in the urban environment, continuously seeking out new innovative technologies and methods to improve plant healthcare.


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