This session provides an overview of the many types of filters that have become available as more projects use alternate water supplies for landscape irrigation. Since filters are an important component of the system when using non-potable water for irrigation, water quality as well as quantity needs to be considered to select the proper filter.
This course runs interactively in the learning management system and is not downloadable.Please note that you may receive credit only once per renewal period for this training.
Explore the various types of products available for storing water. This session will cover the pros and cons of water storage products, along with tips about proper installation.
This session will be led by an American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association (ARCSA) representative who will introduce the many types of storage tanks available that enable the use of alternative water for irrigation.
This course runs interactively in the learning management system and is not downloadable.Please note that you may receive credit only once per renewal period for this training. This class qualifies for one New Jersey CEC
While many landscapes have relied upon potable water or fresh water for irrigation, there are many other alternate water sources that can be developed on site. This presentation will look at how to analyze all of the potential water sources available and choose those that will best serve the needs of a particular landscape site.
Water is essential for plant growth, and almost all of it comes through the soil. This course introduces students to soil classification, web based soils resources and important soil properties as they relate to irrigation. They will learn about how water is retained in the soil, how the plant extracts it, how we measure water in the soil, and how salts affect available water. They will also be introduced to water movement in layered soils.
This course runs interactively in the learning management system and is not downloadable. Please note that you may receive credit only once per renewal period for this training. This class does not qualify for TCEQ. This class does count for four New Jersey CECs and WC, and North Carolina CEUs.
Online course from the Irrigation Training & Research Center.This module explains the basic relationships between water, plants and soil. Topics include: soil moisture content terms, available water holding capacity, management allowable depletion, soil moisture depletion and soil water potential. This class does not qualify for TCEQ. This class does count for two New Jersey CECs/WC and North Carolina CEs.
NOTE: Instructions for accessing class should be emailed within 5 minutes of purchase