Green Industry News – February 2021

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The North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Franklin County Center is partnering with area businesses to host this educational event for landscape professionals. Classes will be led by specialists from NC State University and N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

2021 Triangle Area Virtual Landscape School flyer

  • Dates: March 22–25, 2021
  • Presentations will begin at 9 a.m. each day (lasting 1 hour)
  • Online Program  – Via Zoom
  • ***Look under each session for respective CEU credits offered***

Flyer >>

Register online >>


Waterlogging Influence on Turfgrasses

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A number of homeowners have noticed their tall fescue seeding from fall 2020 is not looking so good. Our numerous rainfall events the last few months has put us well above average in rainfall amount through February and kept our heavier soils saturated.

Read more at the TurfFiles website >>