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Native Warm-Season Grass Extablishment and Management

Jarred Brooke



Tue

14

Aug

8:30 am - 3:00 pm ET
Southeast Purdue Agricultural Center
4425 County Rd 350 N
Butlerville, IN 47223

2018

About

Despite their use in wildlife habitat development over the past 20 years, landowners and land managers often have mixed results when establishing and managing native grasses and may have misconceptions as to what constitutes a quality native grass stand. Even though establishing and managing native warm season grass communities can be challenging, success can be achieved using established management practices. The instructors will take a common-sense approach from planning, site preparation, and planting through to maintaining and improving established stands. The program combines classroom sessions with field tours and activities. This program would be of value to professionals who work with NWSG communities or provide advise to private landowners. The program is offered in two locations for your convenience.

Registration Link: http://www.cvent.com/d/tgqxwb


Upcoming Events

Tue

22

Jan

2019 Indiana Arborist Association Annual Conference

Multiday Event

Indianapolis

All Day

Wed

23

Jan

Conservation Planning for Your Farm Webinar sponsored by the Purdue Women in Agriculture Team

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12:00 PM

Fri

25

Jan

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26

Jan

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02

Feb

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09:00 AM