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Summer Field Day to Focus on Impact of Drought

21 Jul 2012 12:29 PM | IPLLA Admin (Administrator)

2012
Summer Field
Day Bulletin
July 20, 2012

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IPLLA Field Day to Focus on Drought Impact & Recovery

On August 23rd, the Indiana Professional Lawn & Landscape Association will hold its annual Summer Field Day at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds in Danville.  Registration information has now been mailed and is also available on line by clicking here.

Due to our unprecedented drought and long periods of hot weather; we are asking each of our speakers to address the topic in terms of their area of expertise.  This will provide all of us with an excellent opportunity to learn more about the long term affects of the drought on plant life, and how we can position ourselves to help properties recover.

There will be an outstanding group of experts there to answer all your questions.  They include:

  • Joe Boggs –  Ohio State University Extension
  • Aaron Patton – Purdue University Dept of Agronomy
  • Chuck Darrah – CLC Labs and soil analyst
  • Randy Zondag -_OSU Natural Resource Educator
  • Cliff Sadof  - Purdue Department of Entomology
  • Janna Beckerman – Purdue Dept of Botany and Plant Pathology
  • Rob Golembiewski – Bayer Green Solutions Specialist
  • Gregg Munshaw – University of Kentucky Sports Field Specialist
  • Chris Foster – Hunter Industries Irrigation Specialist
  • Harry Knight – Applied BioChemists and Right-Of-Way Specialist
  • Rob Harper – DePauw University Grounds Management Specialist
  • Hannah Mathers – OSU Ornamental Plant Care Specialist
  • Nate Farris – Certified Arborist
  • Joe Rimelspach – Plant Pathologist – Ohio State University
  • Gail Ruhl – Plant Disease Diagnostician – Purdue University

No where else will you be able to have access to 15 top experts in the green industry, all of whom have extensive backgrounds in turf management, ornamentals, disease, insects, fertilization, grounds management, and much more.

Not many of us have experienced a growing season like this one, but all of us must now plan the best course of action to help our properties recover from it.  The 2012 Summer Field Day is preparing to offer you the latest and most comprehensive information on drought recovery.  This is a great opportunity for us all to learn and we’ll look forward to seeing you on August 23rd.

Bob Andrews
Executive Director
IPLLA


 
 
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