Sep 2, 2010
Free Grower Education Webinar Next Week!Source: University of Florida

A new series of online water quality and recycling webinars will help growers successfully manage water quality issues and recycle irrigation water. The series of 30-minute live presentations will feature both new research and practical guidelines.

This education program to promote water conservation is co-sponsored by the

Water Education Alliance for Horticulture (a collaborative program hosted by the University of Florida with industry partners), OFA – as Association of Horticulture Professionals, the Florida Nursery Growers and Landscape Association, the Society of American Florists and the Horticultural Research Institute of ANLA.

Dr. Robert Wick, a professor of plant pathology at the University of Massachusetts, will present the next webinar, “Biology of Waterborne Pathogens,” on Sept. 17 at 2 p.m. ET. Dr. Wick has considerable research experience with control of waterborne pathogens, in addition to his extension expertise in helping growers to solve practical disease issues.

Registration is free at www.watereducationalliance.org (click on “workshops”) for this series of online presentations.




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