Online Registration for Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day

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Turf Field Day attendees

Turfgrass Field Day attendees at the Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Research facility.

Join us Wednesday, August 11th for the in-person, 2021 Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Field Day at the Lake Wheeler Turfgrass Research Lab in Raleigh, NC.

The annual Turfgrass Field Day at the Lake Wheeler Lab offers a chance to view the NC State University Turfgrass Program’s ongoing research trials and speak directly with NC State University’s faculty and staff. The broad range of topics includes Integrated Pest Management, cultural practices, irrigation technologies, aquatic weed management, mosquitoes management in the landscape, weed control, and more.

Pesticide Credits: 3 for L, N, D, X and 0.5 for B, A

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Emily Erickson, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionEmily EricksonCrop Science Lecturer Call Emily Email Emily Crop & Soil Sciences
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on Jul 9, 2021
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