Organic soil and lawn care

Alternative land management strategies allow you to add to the bottom line. Consider incorporating them into your existing business.  Meet growing consumer demand in both the public and private sectors.

Nationally renowned organic turf grass educator Chip Osborne will present the “Natural Lawn and Turf Management Training” on Jan. 28 & 29 at Malibu City Hall, Zuma Room, Malibu, CA from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Geared towards all horticultural professionals, this two-day program will cover aspects of how to transition properties from conventional programs using synthetic and chemical products to a natural organic system. The program will cover the history of conventional management; what the systems approach entails; grass genetics; the soil environment and fertility; products and their role in a natural program; managing transition periods; cultural practices; and practical strategies for customer and end user satisfaction. While products will be discussed in this seminar, no specific brand will be endorsed or marketed. Cost: $375. Pre-registration required; payment in full due upon registration. Register online atwww.osborneorganics.com or mail to Osborne Organics, 11 Laurel Street, Marblehead, MA 01945. For more info contact Chip Osborne at(781) 631-2468 or emailbrittphillips@osborneorganics.com.  

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