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2013 Webinar Series

June 19 at 10 A.M. CDT

 In summer, woody plants such as Chinese tallowtree, green ash, common persimmon, and Cherokee rose can overwhelm pastures. Additionally, woody vines are often very difficult to control in hayfields. A webinar entitled “Controlling Woody Plants in Pastures and Hayfields” will be held at 10 a.m. CDT on Wednesday, June 19. This webinar is an excellent opportunity for cattlemen and forage producers to learn how to deal with these weeds.

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Dr. Stephen Enloe (Extension Weed Specialist) with Auburn University and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System will discuss practical control strategies to minimize the effect of these hard-to-control weeds.  Viewers will have the option of connecting interactively so they can talk with Dr. Enloe.  Alternatively, viewers can watch the live stream and submit questions for the speaker via e-mail.


 The webinar will be archived so it can be viewed at any time after June 19. Information on how to connect to the live stream can be found at You may want to bookmark this page now so you can check back for connection information in the future.
This webinar is brought to you by the Forage Focus program of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System.



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