Representing Arborists in Queensland & Nth NSW

Fungal diseases impacting tree species – What can urban Arboriculture learn from horticultural tree cropping? – 2021/02/23

$45.00$95.00

Elizabeth Dann, Associate Professor from University Queensland will be presenting this Live webinar via Microsoft Teams.

Date: Tuesday 23 February 2021.

Time: 8.00 am – 10.00 am.

The presentation will focus on the two following topics:

  • Soilborne and foliar fungal diseases
  • How to manage them

Following these presentations will be a Q & A.

 

For more information on Liz, please click here.

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Elizabeth Dann, Associate Professor from University Queensland will be presenting this Live webinar via Microsoft Teams.

Date: Tuesday 23 February 2021.

Time: 8.00 am – 10.00 am.

The presentation will focus on the two following topics:

  • Soilborne and foliar fungal diseases
  • How to manage them

Following these presentations will be a Q & A.

 

For more information on Liz, please click here.

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