TREES FOR REHABILITATION (LANDCARE REAFFORESTATION) - START AT THE TIME TO SUIT YOU

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Summary information

The importance of trees to land management cannot be overstated. Often in the past they have been seen as competing for valuable land space and felled indiscriminately.

Over clearing of trees can lead to salinity problems and numerous forms of erosion and land slips. As we have become more familiar with their vital role in ecological processes, retention and selective planting of trees has been widely acknowledged, in improving farm viability and ultimately production. This course develops an understanding of environmental systems and the rehabilitation of degraded landscapes.

The course comprises 10 lessons as follows:-

1. Approaches To Land Rehabilitation
2. Ecology Of Soils And Plant Health
3. Introduction To Seed Propagation Techniques
4. Propagation And Nursery Stock
5. Dealing With Chemical Problems
6. Physical Plant Effects On Degraded Sites
7. Plant Establishment Programs
8. Hostile Environments
9. Plant Establishment Care
10. Rehabilitating Degraded Sites.

For further details and full course information, please visit our website, use our free course counselling service or email us.

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Dates and times
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You can start the course at any time and work at a pace to suit you.
1 November 2020
Teachers
Marius Erasmus and Gareth Pearce

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