Full course description
This course will open on Wednesday, October 4th, 2023. Registration will close on Monday, November 6th at 12pm (noon). All required activities must be completed no later than 11/6/23 at 11:59pm.
In this self-paced, online course, North Carolina State Small Fruit Specialist, Mark Hoffmann, discusses the different types of cold events and the proper techniques for protecting strawberries. This is the third course in the three-part South Carolina & Georgia Strawberry Production Webinar Series.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify and distinguish between different types of cold events.
- Identify and select appropriate measures for protecting strawberries from cold events.
To successfully complete this course, you must:
- Watch the full training video presentation.
- Complete all knowledge check questions at the end of the training.
- All required activities must be completed no later than 11/6/23 at 11:59pm.
There are not any pesticide credits associated with this training.
To participate fully in this course, you will need:
- An active email address for the individual participating in the course.
- A desktop computer or laptop (recommended): Canvas is available on mobile devices, but some content may appear differently.
- Access to a high-speed internet connection.
- A web browser compatible with Canvas: Chrome and Firefox are recommended.
- Headphones or speakers (closed captioning also available).
- Computer skills including Internet browsing, using email, typing, downloading files, and basic troubleshooting.
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