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    Selecting and Propagating Native Woody Plants webinar

    Selecting and Propagating Native Woody Plants webinar

    Larry Rupp discusses selecting native trees and shrubs for low water landscapes with USU Extension Forestry’s monthly webinar series.

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    CWEL presentations from Water Smart Innovations Conference available online

    CWEL presentations from Water Smart Innovations Conference available online

    Another great year at Water Smart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas! Dr. Joanna Endter-Wada presented her study with Weber Basin Water Conservancy District, Metering Non-Potable Water: 5 -Year Study of Urban Irrigation Efficiency. Dr. Paul Johnson presented You Can't Play Soccer In a Perennial Bed: The Case for Turf In Sustainable Landscapes.

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    Join CWEL at the Utah Water Conservation Forum’s Spring Conference

    Join CWEL at the Utah Water Conservation Forum’s Spring Conference

    Join professionals, scientists conservation specialists, and others working to create a sustainable water future in this two day event, May 11th and 12th, 2017. Keynote speaker is Steven Clyde, Vice President and Director of Clyde Snow Attorneys at Law.

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    Ring to GREEN Report on Necrotic ring spot

    Ring to GREEN Report on Necrotic ring spot

    Necrotic ring spot (Ophiosphaerella korrae) is the most commonly diagnosed fungal turfgrass disease by the Utah State University Plant Pest Diagnostic Laboratory. CWEL's Kelly Kopp and Paul Harris release a research report evaluating Ring to GREEN product by GreenMaster Distributing, LLC for the control of necrotic ring spot in turfgrass.

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    CWEL Impacts on Water Conservation in Utah 2016

    CWEL Impacts on Water Conservation in Utah 2016

    The Center for Water Efficient Landscaping has both research and outreach responsibilities, taking valuable research outcomes and working with local communities to educate Utah citizens and make a positive impact on water conservation efforts in our state. CWEL has made progress on the following projects in 2016:

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