Lawn

USD100

Industrial Weed Control – MS

This bundle of five webinars is pre-approved by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture to give you the credit you need for the Industrial Weed Control category [VII(3)]. Each webinar is about an hour long and can be watched one at a time, so you learn when it's convenient for you.

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USD100

Ornamental and Turf Pest Control – MS

This bundle of five webinars is pre-approved by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture to give you the credit you need for the Ornamental and Turf Pest Control category (iii). Each webinar is about an hour long and can be watched one at a time, so you learn when it's convenient for you.

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USD120

Ornamental Pest Control – AR

This bundle of six webinars is pre-approved by the Arkansas Department of Agriculture to give you the credit you need for the Ornamental Pest Control category. Each webinar is about an hour long and can be watched one at a time, so you learn when it's convenient for you. A short quiz follows each webinar.

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USD20

Better Turf, Less Weeds, Fewer Pesticides – WV

Approved for two credits each in categories 4A and 7. Tom Samples, Professor and University of Tennessee Extension Turfgrass Science and Management Specialist in the Plant Sciences Department of the University of Tennessee, draws on his years of experience to focus on why healthy turf is important and how to maintain your soils health. Tom touches on several key factors including, why PH matters, importance of both micro and macro organisms in healthy soil plus he will explain why soil fertility isn’t the only thing you should pay attention to when trying to maintain healthy turf. Tom also discusses the benefits of a biologically healthy site and he will also give you some of the benefits of turf grasses.

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USD20

Invasive Insects, Weeds and Diseases – WV

Approved for two credits each in categories 3 and 4A. David Cook, A University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, talks about the new invasive and exotic insects and diseases that have invaded North America and how we can slow their spreading.

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USD20

The Secret Life of Weeds – WV

Approved for two credits each in categories 4A and 7. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, discusses the most challenging issue in turf and landscaping - weeds! During this webinar, David goes over the evolution of weeds, their powerful persistence and survivability, defense mechanisms and the best practices for seasonal management.

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USD20

Using Weeds, Insects and Diseases to Identify Turf Problems – WV

Approved for two credits each in categories 4A and 7. Tom Samples, Professor and University of Tennessee Extension Turfgrass Science and Management Specialist in the Plant Sciences Department of the University of Tennessee, discusses how to identify common turf grass problems and how to use weeds and insects to help indicate where a problems come from.

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USD20

Weed ID and Control – WV

Approved for two credits each in categories 4A and 7. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, focuses on the identification and treatment of common lawn weeds.

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USD20

Winter Turf, Shrub and Tree Care – WV

Approved for two credits each in categories 4A and 7. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, explains the importance of understanding how plants’ react to winter conditions so that you may predict the type and extent of damage that may occur and the proper actions to take to protect those plants.

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USD20

Weed ID and Control – SC

Approved in category 3. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, focuses on the identification and treatment of common lawn weeds.

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USD20

Healthy Turf, Less Weeds, Fewer Pesticides – SC

Approved in category 3. Tom Samples, Professor and University of Tennessee Extension Turfgrass Science and Management Specialist in the Plant Sciences Department of the University of Tennessee, draws on his years of experience to focus on why healthy turf is important and how to maintain your soils health. Tom touches on several key factors including, why PH matters, importance of both micro and macro organisms in healthy soil plus he will explain why soil fertility isn’t the only thing you should pay attention to when trying to maintain healthy turf.

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USD20

Using Weeds, Insects and Diseases as Indicators of Turf Problems – SC

Approved in category 3. Tom Samples, Professor and University of Tennessee Extension Turfgrass Science and Management Specialist in the Plant Sciences Department of the University of Tennessee, discusses how to identify common turf grass problems and how to use weeds and insects to help indicate where a problems come from.

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USD20

Winter Turf, Shrub and Tree Care – SC

Approved in category 3. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, explains the importance of understanding how plants’ react to winter conditions so that you may predict the type and extent of damage that may occur and the proper actions to take to protect those plants.

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USD20

The Secret Life of Weeds – SC

Approved in category 3. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, discusses the most challenging issue in turf and landscaping - weeds! During this webinar, David goes over the evolution of weeds, their powerful persistence and survivability, defense mechanisms and the best practices for seasonal management.

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USD20

Invasive Insects, Weeds and Diseases – FL

Approved in Commercial Termites and Other Wood Destroying Organisms and Commercial Lawn and Ornamental. David Cook, A University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, talks about the new invasive and exotic insects and diseases that have invaded North America and how we can slow their spreading.

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USD20

Healthy Turf, Less Weeds, Fewer Pesticides – FL

Approved in Commercial Lawn and Ornamental. Tom Samples, Professor and University of Tennessee Extension Turfgrass Science and Management Specialist in the Plant Sciences Department of the University of Tennessee, draws on his years of experience to focus on why healthy turf is important and how to maintain your soils health. Tom touches on several key factors including, why PH matters, importance of both micro and macro organisms in healthy soil plus he will explain why soil fertility isn’t the only thing you should pay attention to when trying to maintain healthy turf. Tom also discusses the benefits of a biologically healthy site and he will also give you some of the benefits of turf grasses.

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USD20

Using Weeds, Insects and Diseases as Indicators of Turf Issues – FL

Approved in Commercial Lawn and Ornamental. Tom Samples, Professor and University of Tennessee Extension Turfgrass Science and Management Specialist in the Plant Sciences Department of the University of Tennessee, discusses how to identify common turf grass problems and how to use weeds and insects to help indicate where a problems come from.

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USD20

Weed ID and Control – FL

Approved in Commercial Lawn and Ornamental. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, focuses on the identification and treatment of common lawn weeds.

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USD20

Winter Turf, Shrub and Tree Care – FL

Approved in Commercial Lawn and Ornamental. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, explains the importance of understanding how plants’ react to winter conditions so that you may predict the type and extent of damage that may occur and the proper actions to take to protect those plants.

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USD20

The Secret Life of Weeds – FL

Approved in Commercial Lawn and Ornamental and Right-Of-Way Pest Control. David Cook, a University of Tennessee Agriculture Extension Specialist, discusses the most challenging issue in turf and landscaping - weeds! During this webinar, David goes over the evolution of weeds, their powerful persistence and survivability, defense mechanisms and the best practices for seasonal management.

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