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Noxious weeds a problem on your property? Workshop on april 24, 2021

April 24 virtual workshop addresses issues with non-native weeds

Posted on April 15, 2021 2021

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Noxious weeds are a part of the Colorado landscape, but how do you control them to protect the land they infest, preserve native plants, turf and agricultural crops?

Learn more about the different types of noxious weeds, proper herbicide application techniques and the safe use of pesticides at the County’s Noxious Weed Education Workshop April 24, from 9 a.m. – noon.

The workshop will be livestreamed — you may watch on Youtube or if you would like to ask your questions during the event, participate remotely via WebEx.

Specialists from Alligare, Colorado State University Extension, Colorado Department of Agriculture and Douglas County Weed Control will share information on a variety of topics.

Learn more about noxious weeds in Douglas County at douglas.co.us/weed-management.

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