Learn to identify and effectively control more than 100 weeds, to design management strategies and programs and apply control techniques efficiently and safely. In the eight lessons covered in the book you learn about both chemical and non-chemical control methods (mulching, burning, mowing), the use of spray equipment and safety procedures which should be followed.
There are 8 lessons in this course:
- Weed Identification
- Weed Control Methods
- Chemical Weed Control.
- Weed Control In Specific Situations
- Safe Chemical Application
- Non-Chemical Weed Control
- Dealing With Specific Weed Control Problems
- Developing A Major Weed Control Program
Each lesson culminates in an assignment which is submitted to the school, marked by the school's tutors and returned to you with any relevant suggestions, comments, and if necessary, extra reading.
- You will look at and consider 104 different varieties of weeds and prepare plant review sheets for 13 different weed plants.
- Make up a list of information resources.
- Plant 5 different varieties of weeds to study.
- Make drawings of young seedlings of at least fifteen different weeds.
- Speak/interview people who have to deal with weed control in their daily life.
- Visit a nursery, garden shop or hardware store that sells herbicides to the public.
- Visit at least one supplier of herbicides for industrial and agricultural use.
- Contact 4 or 5 of the larger chemical companies for leaflets on different herbicides.
- Investigate at least two workplaces where weed control programs are regularly carried out.
- Visit and inspect five different sites where weeds are a problem.
- Photograph different places that have been treated with weedicides.
- Contact your local Department of Agriculture or Lands Department for researching purposes.
- Visit several farmers who raise different types of livestock.
- Develop a 12 month guideline for an integrated weed control program for a particular site
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Course Duration: 100 Hours
DeliveryOnline & Correspondence
Course REF: BHT209