GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Dr. Chris Marble, Assistant Professor of ornamental and landscape weed management with University of Florida IFAS Extension (UF/IFAS), presents tips to reduce weed control costs for nursery and greenhouse growers, including cultural and chemical methods. Are you having an issue with liverwort, or other weeds that do not respond to chemical applications? Learn about strategies to control problem weeds and reduce your costs.
Access this video in the “Five Tips for Horticulture” series on the UF/IFAS Greenhouse Training Online channel (tinyurl.com/ufgto). The series highlights technical topics from university and industry experts. Subscribe to receive upcoming videos on topics such as growing media, vermicompost, and hydroponic substrates. The channel is sponsored by the Floriculture Research Alliance (floriculturealliance.org).
For more training on Weed Management for Greenhouses and Nurseries, take Chris Marble’s UF/IFAS online course beginning on October 26 (hort.ifas.ufl.edu/training/) in English and Spanish.
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