Managing Storm and Disaster Damage in Landscapes and Nurseries

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Check out this great new publication by Dr. Anthony LeBude and others. Managing Storm and Disaster Damage in Landscapes and Nurseries

Storms and natural disasters are always difficult to prepare for and manage afterwards because they occur infrequently and everyone is usually physically, emotionally, and intellectually exhausted. Since there are not many reports on which plants grow well in production after flooding, the following is a compilation of ideas from specialists based on some research, reports in the landscape, experience, and intuition.

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Written By

Lucy Bradley, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Lucy BradleyUrban Horticulture Professor and Extension Specialist Call Dr. Lucy Email Dr. Lucy Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University

Contributing Author

Anthony LeBude, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Anthony LeBudeNursery Crops Extension Specialist and Associate Professor Call Dr. Anthony Email Dr. Anthony Horticultural Science
NC State Extension, NC State University
Posted on Aug 5, 2020
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