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Conifer Identification for Professionals
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Conifers are cone-bearing woody ornamentals and are often evergreen, forming the backbone of landscape designs. Join us to improve your ability to identify and use coniferous ornamentals in Pennsylvania landscapes. Learn key identification characteristics, find out about new species and improved cultivars, and discover the pest issues you should know about choosing some of these plants.

2/25/2014
When: February 25, 2014
9:30 AM
Where: Northampton County 911 Operations Center
100 Gracedale Avenue
Nazareth, Pennsylvania  18064
United States
Contact: Emelie Swackhamer
610-391-9840

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Conifers are cone-bearing woody ornamentals and are often evergreen, forming the backbone of landscape designs.  Join us to improve your ability to identify and use coniferous ornamentals in Pennsylvania landscapes.  Learn key identification characteristics, find out about new species and improved cultivars, and discover the pest issues you should know about choosing some of these plants.

This course is for all persons involved in the green industry including landscapers, nursery operators, garden center employees, etc. No prior study of woody ornamental plants is required.  The workshop will consist of classroom time and field study, if weather permits, so please dress appropriately!  The instructor is Dr. David Sanford, Associate Professor of Horticulture, Penn State University.

For more information and to register click here:  Conifer Identification for Professionals

This course qualifies for 4 PCH CEUS.

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