Course Description

When managing roadsides, right–of–ways and other common areas, it is essential to know which plants you are trying to control to ensure the most efficient and effective control and management options. On this guided walk, learn how to tell invasive plants (including Ailanthus) from native and non–invasive exotics event in the dormant season. The focus of this workshop will be on trees and shrubs. This workshop will also include information on pesticide safety.

Course Outline

There are sections of this course. Register for the course section that best meets your needs:

ONCE0928-001:  March 5, 2019 from 10 AM to 12 PM

ONCE0928-002:  March 5, 2019 from 1 to 3 PM


This class will take place at Temple University's Ambler Campus.

* PDA Pesticide Applicator Recertification Credits are available for this course.

Category Credit
00 - Core 2
PC - Private 4
05 - Forest Pest Control 4
06 - Ornamental & Shade Trees 4
10 - Right of Way & Weeds 4
18 - Demonstration & Research 4
23 - Park/School Pest Control 4

For more information, call 267–468–8400.

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