Penn State Extension: Turf & Ornamental Workshop - Primex Garden Center
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Penn State Extension: Turf & Ornamental Workshop

March 21, 2019 8:30 am - 4:15 pm
Luzerne County Community College Conference Center
Address: 1333 S Prospect St. Nanticoke, PA 18634

Penn State Extension: Turf & Ornamental Workshop – $45


The Turf and Ornamental Workshop is an update training that will focus on weed identification/control, insect/disease management, perennials, and offers an opportunity for pesticide applicators to receive credits.
 
This is not a Primex affiliated event. To sign up please visit extension.psu.edu/turf-ornamental-workshop.

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