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Landscape architects often mistakenly take maintenance of our designs for granted. Organic approaches are at hand to offer more certainty in landscape management. Which are most effective—and least? How can we educate clients to adopt these methods? This panel session presents the latest findings and provides practical recommendations.
Horticulture / Plants
Health, Safety and Welfare
Understand nuances of using organic versus traditional treatment strategies in landscapes.
Compare efficacy of treatment options to benchmark performance expectations.
Examine ecological and financial site impacts to determine prudent design and management approaches.Gain insight into how landscape design elements and installation quality impact management strategies
Kelby Fite, Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories; Michael Raupp, University of Maryland, College Park; Robert Uhlig, LEED AP, Halvorson Design Partnership, Inc.; Bryant Scharenbroch, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point
American Society of Landscape Architects