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OSU hosts water management workshop

Learn how to incorporate BMPs to monitor irrigation

Staff | January 5, 2011

Oregon State University’s North Willamette Research and Extension Center presents the water management workshop Feb. 2-3.
 
Learn how to:
  • Monitor and manage pathogens, salts, and alkalinity problems in irrigation water
  • Incorporate Best Management Practices (BMPs) to monitor fertility and irrigation
  • Remediate on-site water using non-chemical methods
  • Use new research and technologies with advice from industry and university experts
 
Benefit from:
  • Pesticide credits (application in process)
  • Free booklet provided on water treatment
 
Who should attend: Nursery and floriculture growers and associated industries.
 
Date: Feb. 2 and 3, 2011
Registration: $80 per person if pre-registered by Jan 15 and $100 after Jan 15 or for on-site registration.
 
Location: Holiday Inn Select, Wilsonville (Feb 2) and OSI North Willamette Research and Extension Center, Aurora (Feb 3)
 
Learn more here.
 

 

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