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Penn State Turf and Ornamental Field Days
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Penn State Turf and Ornamental Field Days

8/10/2016

When: 08/10/2016
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Where: Penn State University
J. Valentine Turfgrass Research Center and The Arboretum at Penn State
University Park, PA  
United States
Contact:
Tom Butzler

Phone: 570-726-0022

Details

Golf course superintendents, sports turf managers, professional landscapers, grounds managers, and others interested in management of turf and landscape plantings will have the opportunity to see the latest trends and research from Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences during Turf and Ornamentals Field Days.

This event will take place between August 10 – 11, 2016 at the Joseph Valentine Turfgrass Research Center on the University Park Campus. Participants will also be able to meet with turfgrass faculty and view plots in small groups. Core and category pesticide credits are anticipated. Held every other year, Field Days highlights education and research trials on insect and disease management, turf weed control, species and cultivars, soil improvement, plant nutrition, as well synthetic sports turf. Speakers include Penn State faculty, staff, graduate students, and extension educators. Details on pesticide credits, program agenda, and registration will be forthcoming.


*Approved for core credits toward re-certification for Pennsylvania licensed applicators
** Approved for category credits toward re-certification for Pennsylvania licensed applicators

This event is eligible for 5 PCH CEUs.

For more information, and to register, click here; TURF AND ORNAMENTAL FIELD DAY 2016

 
 

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