January 29, 2019

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8:00 am to 8:50 am
Plants Native Plants in the Landscape Bill Schneider
Irrigation Where the Water Hits the Plant - Proper Irrigation Application and Uniformity John Eggleston
Business, Marketing & Technology, Retail Marketing to Millennials: A Labor of Like Katie Dubow
Arboriculture Building a "Forest Like No Other" at DOW Gardens Chuck Martin
Turf & Landscape Management Managing Non-Living Material in the Landscape: Working with Edging, Landscape Fabric, Mulch, and More Dr. Robert Schutzki
Landscape Design/Build Case Studies in Garden Design Joseph Hillenmeyer
9:00 am to 9:50 am
Irrigation Creating Opportunities: Adapting WiFi Controller Technology to Present Business Models John Newlin
Turf & Landscape Management Perennial Plant Pitfalls Josh Roggenbuck, Laura Robles
Landscape Design/Build, Plants, Retail 2019 Garden Trends: Rooted Together
Arboriculture, Business, Marketing & Technology Embrace Your Inner Geek Grant Harrison
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Turf & Landscape Management, Workshops Weed ID Workshop Dr. Hannah Mathers
3:15 pm to 4:05 pm
Arboriculture The Sucker That’s Here and the One That’s Coming: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid and Spotted Lanternfly Dr. Deborah G. McCullough
Business, Marketing & Technology, Irrigation Fundamentals for Long Term Success Janna Bradley
Plants Annuals to Perennials: Achieving Season-Long Color Jerry Gorchels
Retail A Christmas Story: Creating a Christmas Experience Joseph Hillenmeyer
3:15 pm to 5:05 pm
Landscape Design/Build Selling Skills For Green Industry Rock-Stars Kirk Armstrong
4:15 pm to 5:05 pm
Arboriculture Conifer Conundrum Dr. David Roberts
Retail E-Commerce and E-Marketing in the Green Industry Dr. Ariana Torres
Plants Shrubs That Will Change the Way We Landscape Tim Wood
Business, Marketing & Technology, Irrigation Growing Your Green Industry Business: What it Takes to Move to the Next Level Aaron Katerberg
Turf & Landscape Management Controlling Weeds in Turfgrass Systems and Landscape Beds Aaron Hathaway