Stanton Gill is the principal regional specialist, with professor rank, for the University of Maryland Cooperative Extension stationed at the Central Maryland Research and Education Center in Ellicott City, MD. Stanton is also an adjunct professor with Montgomery College, where he teaches Integrated Pest Management (IMP) for greenhouse and nursery management classes. Stanton has been a speaker at 9 international conferences and at over 145 national conferences for the professional horticulture trade. Stanton leads the IMP team that works with the herbaceous perennial plant industry in Maryland. Stanton has first hand familiarity with proper identification through the IPM program that is run in Maryland. He conducts field research on biological control of herbaceous perennial plant pests. Stanton is also co-author of the Ball Publishing book Pests and Diseases of Herbaceous Perennials - The Biological Approach, published in 1999 and Identification Guide to Greenhouse Pests and Beneficials, published in 1998.
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