The Hemlock Restoration Initiative will host a demonstration of chemical treatment methods to control the invasive hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA) for tree care, horticulture, and other professionals on Thursday, March 9 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville. Today hemlock management is simpler and less expensive than ever before!
Participants will practice assessing hemlock health to determine the best treatment options, and HRI staff will demonstrate systemic chemical treatment methods for HWA. We will use the trees on-site to demonstrate and explain a variety of methods available to professionals and landowners in North Carolina. We will also discuss environmental considerations when using systemic insecticides on hemlocks and other practical tips.
NC Pesticide Credits and ISA CEUs are available.
For registration information or questions, please contact Thom Green at email@example.com or 828-252-4783. NOTE: in case of inclement weather, we are reserving 3/16 as a backup date.
The Hemlock Restoration Initiative is grateful to be able to offer educational programs in this difficult time. Despite the lifting of restrictions, we acknowledge the risk that COVID-19 continues to pose to members of our community. To maintain the safety of our event participants and staff, we requiring that all participants follow HRI’s COVID-19 safety guidelines. Anyone not following the guidelines on the day of the event will be asked to leave. Despite taking precautions, we cannot eliminate all risk of exposure and participants will be accepting some level of risk by choosing to attend. Please review the COVID-19 safety guidelines on our website to ensure that you are comfortable following these guidelines. Note: these guidelines may adjust depending on changing guidance from health authorities.