This week Joe Lamp’l picks right back up where he left off last time the “Bug Lady”, Suzanne Wainwright-Evans was on. Back by popular demand, Suzanne gets on a roll again as she shares her passion and wisdom on great ways for us all to manage insect pests in a more eco-friendly way, and the latest on other amazing information. All that and more…
Hi everybody, it’s Joe Lamp’l and welcome to Growing a Greener World. Well if you love to garden and spend time outdoors, and really care about environmental stewardship, you’ve come to the right place.
Back by popular demand, it’s another conversation with the “Bug Lady”, Suzanne Wainwright-Evans. You loved what she had to say before and this week, she picks right back up where she left off without missing a beat. As a full time ornamental entomologist, and avid gardener, she loves bringing her work home with her. As you’ll hear, she is a fountain of information and clearly passionate about her work. Even when I asked her what I thought was just a so-so question, Suzanne responded with answers that went well beyond my expectations.
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Intro to Suzanne Wainwright-Evans
Suzanne Wainwright-Evans is a fountain of information when it comes to anything related to the green industry. But it’s no wonder. In addition to being an avid gardener, she’s an industry veteran of over 18 years with degrees in Entomology and Environmental Horticulture. Her specialty in Integrated Pest Management keeps her in high-demand with greenhouse and wholesale growers around the country. She’s the owner of Buglady Consulting and now that spring is just around the corner, I thought we’d check back in with Suzanne to see what she can tell us about how to get a jump on eco-friendly pest control this season and more…
Suzanne Wainwright-Evans Interview (not transcribed)
Suzanne Wainwright-Evans is an Ornamental Entomologist to the green industry and owner of Buglady Consulting. To learn more, you can go to her website at bugladyconsulting.com or visit our website to view the television episode in which she is featured. And remember, if you have a comment about today’s interview or anything at all for that matter, you can call us at 206.337.0375 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buglady Consulting: www.bugladyconsulting.com
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Until next time, consider this from Charles A. Lindbergh:
“In wilderness I sense the miracle of life, and behind it our scientific accomplishments fade to trivia”.
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