The highlights of Kurapia®, including very low water use, tolerance of a wide range of soil types and severe salinity conditions, erosion control and weed suppression ability are research data supported. Bred in Japan from the native Lippia nodiflora, patented, sterile selection and is non-invasive, has been tested by UC Riverside, UC Davis, UC Agriculture and Natural Resources Cooperative Extension, Cal Poly SLO and Desert Research Institute. Visit www.Kurapia.com for detail.
Oct 4, 2015
WHEN IN DROUGHT: Irrigation and Tree Care Workshop, ESCONDIDO
Florasource, Ltd. presents Kurapia at its table.
Oct 20, 2015 from 08:00 AMto03:30 PM Mitchell Room Escondido City Hall 201 N. Broadway, Escondido, CA 92025
San Diego County Water Authority and the University of Californiaare collaborating on this workshop which covers using drip irrigation during a drought. This workshop is designed for landscape irrigation managers. The workshop features indoor presentations with accompanying outdoor demonstrations. Additional complementary resources will be provided to all attendees after the event. Certificates of attendance are available for attendees who wish to sign up for Irrigation Association (IA) or PLANET CEUs. Also included, is the option to sign up for 3 hours of continuing education “Other” credits from DPR at the workshop.
Continental breakfast & refreshments provided by Industry Partners.
Understanding precipitation rates (PR) and application rates
Improving drip irrigation layout to reduce water use
Improving scheduling strategies to achieve mandated water restrictions
Determining &calculating application rates of drip/micro irrigation to reduce water & pesticide runoff
Complying with water restrictions while preventing tree loss