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Aug 9: Hands-on Landscape Training @UGA Reseach & Education Garden, Griffin

August 9, 2018 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Select ONE of these sessions only:

Practical Tools for Identifying and Tracking Invasive Plants

2 hrs CEU, Cat 24

Do you care about protecting our native plant habitats from invasive plants?
How can you tell which plants are invasive?
Do you want to know how you can help?–  Identification of Invasive Plants – hands on – Timothy Daly, UGA Coopertive Extension, Gwinnett county and Ben Ackerly, Garden Manager, Woodland Gardens

— EDDMapS Tracking of Invasive Plants – Karan Rawlins, UGA Center for Invasive Plant Species
or

Troubleshooting Ornamentals Hands-On

2 hrs CEU, Cat 24

The ability to spot trouble early in the landscape is important to maintain healthy and perfect-looking plants. Discolorations, stunted growth, spots, lesions, holes, and a good deal of other symptoms could be caused by diseases, pests, or nutritional problems. We will spend the first our in a lecture setting, and the other hour outdoors where we will examine closely a variety of common problems encountered in landscape ornamentals.

Taught by:  Dr. Bodie Pennisi, Dept. of Hortuculture, UGA and Greg Huber, Center for Urban Agriculture, UGA
$25 per person.

Venue

UGA Research & Education Garden
129 W Ellis Rd, Griffin GA 30223, US
Griffin, GA 30223 United States
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