Non-Chemical Weed Control Techniques Training Southern California

A woman in work clothes uses a shovel to dig out a small plant under a tree.

Shanni Pynn of Riverside Corona Resource Conservation District demonstrates using a shovel to sever plant roots. Photo courtesy RCRCD.

Join a panel of experts to learn when, where, and how to use non-chemical weed control techniques effectively. Techniques include whole plant removal, cutting, mowing, steaming, grazing, solarizing, competitive planting, biocontrol, and more!

Tuesday, May 4, 2021, 1-5 pm
Online via Zoom

This free online training includes pre-recorded field videos, live Q&A with our expert panel of local land managers and UC Extension, and three powerpoint presentations on techniques that can’t easily be shown out in the field.

View the agenda.

DPR Continuing Education credits: 3 Hours “Other” credit (Form includes a spot to enter your license number to receive credit)

Brought to you by the California Invasive Plant Council and UC Agriculture and Natural Resources with funding from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation.

 

Speakers from: Laguna Canyon Foundation, Riverside Corona Resource Conservation District, UCANR, Audubon Starr Ranch, Irvine Ranch Conservancy, and the USDA.

We look forward to seeing you!