UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials™
Spring 2020 Open House
@ UC Davis
Who should attend:
Professionals from Landscape, Horticulture, and related careers; UC Master Gardeners; garden writers; academics/educators
April 28 or 29, 8:00 am to 11:00 am (choose one day; arrive when convenient)
Old Davis Road, Davis, CA (directions will be sent to registered guests 1 week before event)
Evaluating aesthetic qualities of selected plants on all treatments (60-90 mins)
Registration is required: http://ucanr.edu/uclpit_davis_spring2020
Important Details: The fields are packed dirt, sturdy comfortable shoes, sunscreen and/or a hat are suggested. Carpooling is encouraged, but not required. At the trial site, you will be provided a ratings sheet, writing implement, and given general instructions when you arrive. Cold water will be provided. We hope to see you there!
About the event: UC LPITTM seeks to improve urban water-use efficiency by evaluating landscape plant performance on three irrigation treatments corresponding to the Water Use Classification of Landscape Species (WUCOLS) High, Moderate, and Low categories of water need. Plants are irrigated regularly during their first summer after planting. Treatments are imposed during the second growing season where researchers collect growth and quality ratings. The Open House allows landscape and horticultural industry professionals and educators the opportunity to see new plants and share your opinions and preferences by rating a representative sample of the plants in the field.
Participation is voluntary. UC ANR is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Contact Jared Sisneroz email@example.com
See what it’s all about here: https://www.facebook.com/UCLPIT/.