University of Florida

Workshops

WorkshopUpcoming workshops are listed below. You can also find streaming video presentations on our presentations page.

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  • Webinar: How may water quality change in my irrigation reservoir? This webinar is today (details)

    2 Sep 2014

    For more information on this webinar series, check this link ;http://www.irrigation-pathogens.ppws.vt.edu/.

    Webinar series on Irrigation Pathogens and Water Quality. There will be a series of webinars regarding irrigation pathogens and water quality that might be of interest to subscribers. These webinars are organized by a group studying this issue in the ornamental horticulture industry and funded by a Specialty Crops Research Initiative grant. The topics and speakers look outstanding and very relevant for growers across the nation.

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  • Webinar: What are my options to deal with water pH issues in nursery production? This webinar is in 5 weeks  (details)

    7 Oct 2014

    For more information on this webinar series, check this link ;;http://www.irrigation-pathogens.ppws.vt.edu/.

    Webinar series on Irrigation Pathogens and Water Quality. There will be a series of webinars regarding irrigation pathogens and water quality that might be of interest to subscribers. These webinars are organized by a group studying this issue in the ornamental horticulture industry and funded by a Specialty Crops Research Initiative grant. The topics and speakers look outstanding and very relevant for growers across the nation.

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  • Webinar: Consumer willingness to pay for certified disease-free and water-conserving ornamental plants. This webinar is in 2 months  (details)

    4 Nov 2014

    For more information on this webinar series, check this link ;http://www.irrigation-pathogens.ppws.vt.edu/.

    Webinar series on Irrigation Pathogens and Water Quality. There will be a series of webinars regarding irrigation pathogens and water quality that might be of interest to subscribers. These webinars are organized by a group studying this issue in the ornamental horticulture industry and funded by a Specialty Crops Research Initiative grant. The topics and speakers look outstanding and very relevant for growers across the nation.

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For questions about upcoming workshops, please send an email to watereducationalliance@gmail.com.