Join Suzanne Wainwright-Evans, a leader in the horticultural entomology field, for a workshop on pest management. Dealing with pests within conservatories presents numerous challenges, including the public nature of these spaces and the constraints associated with pesticide application. Additionally, the presence of various pest species requires management to understand numerous insect & mite species. This workshop will explore pest control strategies, emphasizing the utilization of biological control methods. The session will also cover the use of pesticides and their compatibility with beneficial organisms. The initial hour and fifteen minutes will be in lecture format, followed by an open discussion where attendees can share images of specific issues for discussion.

Cost: $50 for members

After registering, please email photos of pest issues in garden and/or questions for our speaker to

Speaker Suzanne Wainwright-Evans is a horticultural entomologist specializing in integrated pest management. Suzanne has been involved in the Green Industry for more than 30 years with a primary focus on biological control and using pesticides properly.  She is a graduate of the University of Florida with degrees in both Entomology and Environmental Horticulture.  She has worked throughout the United States and internationally consulting to greenhouses, nurseries, landscapers, cannabis production and interiorscape companies.   Additionally Suzanne has published articles in trade magazines and scientific journals. She teaches workshops and lectures professionally to industry groups bringing her scientific as well as practical approach to learning.  Her lectures use her extensive library of insect photos and macro insect movies.  She is the owner of Buglady Consulting, now in business 23 years.