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Growers' Winter Webinars: hosted by Growers Canada

AgriStability: should it be part of your company's BRM strategy?

Presented by Mark Hayward
Policy Analyst, AAFC BRM Programs Branch

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Integrated Pest Management

Presented by Peter Isaacson
IPM Minor Use Coordinator, CNLA

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Tree Survivability in the Urban Landscape

Presented by Jason Lemay & Amy Lemay
VISTA Science and Technology

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Business Improvement Webinars: hosted by the Member Savings Team


Information on the Petro-Canada SuperPass™

Presented by Andréanne Gendron
Suncor Energy Products Partnership

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Modernizing Workflows with Design Technology

Presented by Joe Salemi, CAE
DynaSCAPE Software

Though the economy seems to have rebounded for many, small business landscape designers still seek ways to keep productive and competitive. Available design technology offers help, at least in the design part of professional practice, to small firms looking to do more with less invested, be it time or money. This session will show how current software can be utilized to create, analyze, present and document resulting in smarter workflows, increased opportunities for collaboration and more informed final design product. 

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Knowledge and Technology Transfer Webinars: hosted by Growers Canada

1. Technology for Irrigation Water Treatment

Presented by Dr. Youbin Zheng, PhD, MPhil, MAg, BAg
Associate Professor, Environment Horticulture Chair
School of Environmental Science University of Guelph 

This webinar will introduce all existing and needed technologies for management and treatment of irrigation water, including pH control, pathogen control, removal of nutrient and contaminants, debris and particle removal and more. 

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2. Fertilization Considerations for Nursery Growers

Presented by Dr. Youbin Zheng, PhD, MPhil, MAg, BAg
Associate Professor, Environment Horticulture Chair
School of Environmental Science University of Guelph 

Learnabout fertilizer types, rates, application methods, frequency related to plant species, climate, irrigation water sources, growing substrates and other production practices.

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 Passcode = Growers

 

3. Rainwater Management 

Presented by Ken Nentwig BLA, MLA, CLP, CLD
CANARM Governor, BC Jurisdiction

This presentation gives an overview of rainwater harvesting and the processes involved in design and implementation. By increasing awareness of the practice of rainwater harvesting, home builders, developers, and DIY-ers can tap into the potential it has for enhancing urban and rural development while minimizing infrastructure and utility costs.

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Other Topics

Extreme Weather, Water and Climate Change

Presented by Robert Sandford
EPCOR Chair of the Canadian Partnership Initiative
Director of the Western Watersheds Research Collaborative

Bob Sandford, renowned water and extreme weather advisor and co-author of Flood Forecast, talks about water and extreme weather and what it means to our industry. Learn some of the latest research and direction the U.N. and other global and local organizations are putting into practice and how they will impact the landscape sector and how we can respond and prosper.

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 Passcode = Turf


Grandfathering: a new process to becoming a Certified Landscape Designer

Presented by Beth Edney CLD and Ron Koudys BLA, MEd, OALA, CSLA, ASLA, RLA, CLD

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