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Northeastern PA Ornamental & Turf Workshop
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Join Penn State Extension Specialists as they provide an update training for the landscape industry. This training will cover: Pesticide Safety, Turfgrass Management, Insect and Mite Pest Management on Woody Ornamentals, Ornamental Diseases, Landscape Maintenance Practices. Join us for this one day workshop designed to increase your knowledge and skills maintaining healthy landscapes.

3/7/2014
When: March 7, 2014
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Where: Knights of Columbus #3987
59 Parry Street
Luzerne, Pennsylvania  18709
United States
Contact: Vincent Cotrone
570-825-1701

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Join Penn State Extension Specialists as they provide an update training for the landscape industry. This training will cover: Pesticide Safety, Turfgrass Management, Insect and Mite Pest Management on Woody Ornamentals, Ornamental Diseases, Landscape Maintenance Practices. Join us for this one day workshop designed to increase your knowledge and skills maintaining healthy landscapes.

Well maintained, healthy landscapes provide a wealth of benefits to residents and property owners. They increase property values and add curb appeal when selling a house. They provide a place for residents to recreate, reduce stress, recharge and reconnect with nature on their property. The first step in controlling any plant, pest or weed problem is the accurate diagnosis and identification of the pest, weed or stressor. Without proper diagnosis of the problem’s cause, a treatment cannot be prescribed, or a treatment will not be effective, leading to the plants decline or death.

For more information and to register click here:  NEPA Ornamental & Turf Conference

This conference qualifies for 5 PCH and Landscape Industry Certified CEUs.

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