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About Sarah White

White is the nursery extension specialist at Clemson University. Her remediation science focus examines various ecologically-based (constructed wetlands, floating wetlands, slow sand filtration) treatment systems and their potential utility for enhancing water quality for irrigation purposes.

CEU/WORKSHOP for Growers — Nursery and Greenhouse: Water Treatment and Quality Workshop

Sarah White, Clemson University   When/Where: Davidson and Huntersville, North Carolina. January 26 2012, 9 a.m. to 4.15 p.m. You will learn how to: Manage plant pathogens, algae, biofilm, and salt problems in irrigation water Use chemical or cultural approaches to treat water, based on presentations from industry and university…
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FREE Irrigation Webinars by The Water Education Alliance

The Water Education Alliance for Horticulture is working with University of Florida Cooperative Extension, OFA, FNGLA, and the German grower association Zentralverband Gartenbau and several experts at universities and companies on topics to help growers conserve, recirculate, and treat irrigation water.   Announcements in your e-magazines or grower association newsletters…
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