Image: California CIMIS station example of weekly ETo and precipitation average 1990-2015
Last chance before fall!
The graph above illustrates two primary factors influencing efficient irrigation and plant health. The goal is to irrigate close to the ETo curve. Your team can get ahead ofpeak irrigation month withplant water requirements, CIMIS and water budget training. It’s the last class before fall.
Who should attend: Anyone responsible for monitoring or managing landscape water use.
SCHEDULE and REGISTRATION Continuing Education: Register for the series. Attend classes of interest. Certification: Attend the series. Pass exam.
Wednesday: June 2, 1:00 – 3:00 PM: Plant water needs, and mastering basic water budgets.
Instructor: Tiffany Faulstich, ISA, QWEL, is a LEED Green Associate, president of Botanicon, respected Cuyamaca College Ornamental Horticulture professor and C-27 contractor. She brings tremendous hands-on and professional education experience.
I am a horticulturist and landscape contractor. Landscapes not only provide first impressions for a property, but offer sustainable benefits to a community and bring lasting asset value to sites. Botanicon helps clients achieve their landscape and irrigation goals by offering third party expertise, consulting, quality assurance and landscape vendor management services.