Root Disease Management Course - Expectations


DAY 1 - Classroom Session 1 Participant Objectives:
 Introduction, Overview, Expectations, Preparation - About 10 minutes  Understand the skills which should be obtained through this course
 COURSE EXPECTATIONS
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The intent of this section is to emphasize that root disease management is a complex skill that must be practiced over the long term.

In the long term, participants are expected to gain these skills and knowledge -

 

In the short term, participants are expected to gain these skills and knowledge -


EXPECTATIONS


Longterm

Root disease management is a complex process which requires a great deal of decisionmaking.

Participants will take the knowledge they gain in this course and work with it regularly in the field so as to become adept at root disease management.

Short Term

Become familiar with the Five-Phase Root Disease Management Process as outlined in the Root Disease Management Guidebook

Become familiar with the role and contents of the Forest Practices Code Root Disease Management Guidebook

Gain the habit of referring to the Forest Practices Code Root Disease Management Guidebook when dealing with root disease issues

Become familiar with the signs and symptoms of root disease; become reasonably proficient in identifying root disease in the field

Learn how to apply the various steps in the Management Process to actual root disease management in the field

Be able to develop an appropriate prescription for root disease observed in the field

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