Invasive Exotic Plants Workshop

Learn how to identify and remove invasive plants that may be in your yard, receive native plant and invasive plant ID cards!

Invasive Exotic Plants WorkshopOne of the greatest threats to our great state of Florida is invasive exotic plants. With spring in sight, now is the time to prepare your yard for weeds and invasive plants. Plants are awakening from their winter slumber and their energy is focusing on new sprouts and new growth. When the plants are most active is when herbicides will have the best impact.

Popular and easy to grow plants like the asparagus-fern, bamboo and schefflera, easily spread and take over our natural areas, and the City of Fernandina Beach and the University of Florida/IFAS Extension want to partner with you to put a stop to the invasion.

Learn how to identify and remove invasive plants that may be in your yard, receive native plant and invasive plant ID cards! It is important to properly identify questionable plants before you pull them up or apply chemicals. You should also use extreme caution with chemicals and avoid spraying during windy and rainy conditions, or near water bodies.

Breakfast will be provided. This workshop will be held Saturday, March 8, 2014, at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center and will last from 9:00 to 11:30am and only costs $5.00.

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1 Comment

  1. Tris Bux

    I think the date for this workshop is March 8.

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