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Sep 26

Webinar: Farm Recordkeeping

12:00 pm EDT

9/26/18: Farm Recordkeeping

Recordkeeping is a necessary skill for all business owners. Farm records inlcude everything from financial to production. This session will provide some ideas on recordkeeping practices as well as organizing records for farm enterprises.

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Sep 26

What's Bugging your Trees? Insect and Fungal Pests in Southeastern Landscapes

1:00 pm EDT

Urban landscape trees are under just as much a threat as trees in natural settings when it comes to insect and fungal pests. This webinar will cover the biology, identification, and management of several tree pests in the southeastern U.S. Native and invasive pests will be covered, with a focus on how they spread and what can be done to manage them. Ultimately, an integrated management approach is the most effective way to deal with pests in the urban landscape.

Speaker: Dr. David Coyle - Extension Associate in Forest Health, Southern Regional Extension Forestry

ISA and SAF credits applied for.

This webinar is part of the series, Understanding Urban and Community Forests: An Extension Webinar Series. To view all webinars in the series, click here https://sref.info/news/articles/2018-urban-community-forestry-webinar-series-for-extension-agents.
Oct 02

Backyard poultry zoning regulations: Working with your local authorities

3:00 pm EDT

More and more people are getting into backyard poultry keeping. In some cities, however, regulations do not permit poultry keeping. The webinar by Dr. Tony Pescatore of the University of Kentucky, with discuss how to work with your local authorities to try and get poultry keeping in your area approved.


Anthony Pescatore

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