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1st Friday Webinar Series
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In this webinar, Label is the Law and Equipment Calibration we will cover the pesticide label and the various standard components that make up the label and why the label is the law. We will cover the importance of understanding the variables that may influence the application of pesticides and lead to drift and the importance of the pesticide application equipment and its delivery by applicators. We will then transition into the criticality of equipment calibration for both liquid and granular applications. Equipment has to be calibrated to deliver the pesticide correctly and safely, and achieve results for LCO customers.
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FMC 1st Friday
The Pesticide Label is the Law & Equipment Calibration
July 8th | 10:30am - 11:30am ET
Ben Hamza, Ph.D.
Product Development Associate Director for FMC Global Specialty Solutions
Ben is a seasoned research and development leader with more than 25 years of experience across multiple specialty business segments. Prior to his current role as Product Development Associate Director at FMC, Ben has held Technical positions within TruGreen including Research Scientist & Project leader, region technical manager positions, and Director of Technical Operations.
Ben is known throughout the industry as a technical expert, customer advocate, and insightful business leader. He holds a Ph.D. in Crop & Soil Sciences from Michigan State University and an Executive MBA from the Jack Welch Management Institute.
Director of Technical and Quality Assurance for Green Lawn Fertilizing
Ryan earned a B.S in Plant Science from Rutgers University. He's currently serving as Director of Technical and Quality Assurance for Green Lawn Fertilizing, a locally owned and operated lawncare company that services New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Ryan has more than 16 years of work experience in the green industry, with the past 12 years in lawncare providing technical leadership to branch operations teams, implementing agronomic programs, and development of applicators to deliver a superior customer experience. Ryan also currently serves on the board of the New Jersey Turfgrass Association.