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  1. Today's Trees for Tomorrow's Future: Living Landscape Training Series

    August 18, 2018, 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM

    Join us for an in-depth presentation on challenges facing our urban canopy and guidance for what to do now to benefit the next generation of our region's urban forests. This is a no-cost event. Continuing Education Units from the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA), Irrigaiton Association (IA), and the Department of Pesticide Regulation (QAL, QAC, PCA) have been applied for. We will cover: Is Climate Change Real, and How Does It Affect The Urban Canopy? Impacts of Urban Heat Islands Tree Selection Criteria (Above and below ground space requirements, function, microclimates, aesthetics) Sample Tree Palettes Tree Selection Search Engines Emerging Insect and Disease Issues Presented by Janet Hartin, UC Cooperative Extension Environmental Horticulture Advisor For questions contact Janet Hartin at (951) 313-2023 or jshartin@ucanr.edu

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  2. Irrigation I- Basic Irrigation Principles for the Home Landscape

    August 25, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    One of the keys to any successful garden is water, not too much, not too little, and at the right time. Knowledge of how to effectively apply water through the best irrigation methods will be the focus of this workshop. With the goal of understanding how to apply water for optimum plant growth and plant health, participants will learn about the common components of irrigation systems and leave understanding the basic principles of the important relationships between water and plants. We will cover: • Overview of controllers, valves, sprinklers, drip systems • Saving water through efficiency and avoiding water waste • Techniques of evaluating and checking your system • Keeping plants heathy by applying the right amount of water at the right time

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