Webinars

global-conferenceWebinars, simply put, are web-based workshops and seminars. Given the time and resource  constraints placed on green industry firms, this new internet technology is effective in making educational programs more readily available. The links below are recordings of previous webinars that are sponsored by the Chair or by other educational delivery partners.

Special Topical Series (sponsored by the Southern Risk Management Education Center and the Texas Nursery and Landscape Association)

Implications of the 2014 Farm Bill on Grain Marketing, Dr. James Richardson, March 3, 2014

Implications of the 2014 Farm Bill on Federal Crop Insurance, Dr. John Anderson and Dr. Keith Coble, March 3, 2014

The 2014 Economic Outlook for the Green Industry, Dr. Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University, January 17, 2014 (slides)

Managing Water Quality in the Green Industry, Dr. Rosa Raudales, University of Connecticut, January 13, 2014 (slides)

Using Promotion to Increase the Value Proposition, Dr. Marvin Miller, Ball Horticultural Company, September 24, 2013

Implications of Local or Organic Plant Labeling on Plant Sales in the Green Industry, Dr. Ben Campbell, University of Connecticut, August 14, 2013

An Update on Texas Superstars, Dr. Brent Pemberton, Texas A&M Regents Fellow and Professor of Ornamental Horticulture and Plant Physiology, July 31, 2013 (Slides, Plant list)

A Texas Legislative Update, Jim Reaves, Director of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for TNLA, March 1, 2013

The Value of Local and Sustainable Labels, Dr. Jennifer Dennis, Purdue University, January 15, 2013

Economic Outlook for the Green Industry in 2013, Dr. Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University, November 15, 2012 (Responses to questions)(Slides)

Results of the TNLA Economic Impact / Scope Report, Dr. Marco Palma, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, October 23, 2012

The Latest Consumer Trends Research, Dr. Bridget Behe, Michigan State University, September 18, 2012

Social Media Tips for Green Industry Firms– Jeff Korhan, New Media and Small Business Marketing, August 13, 2012

Effects of Advertising in Generating Grower Sales– Dr. Marco Palma, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, July 11, 2012


New DOL Regulations and Their Impact on Retirement Plan Sponsors– Todd Kading, LeafHouse

Current Practices and Economic Impacts of Growers in the U.S. Green Industry — Dr. Marco Palma, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension and Dr. Alan Hodges, University of Florida

Economic Recovery Brings Immigration Debate Back to the Forefront — Craig Regelbrugge, VP Government Relations and Research, ANLA


Water Quality, Conservation, and Management

Topic: What’s in Your Water? Water quality and treatment for pathogens and algae.
Dr. Paul Fisher, University of Florida — Recording – Handout#1Handout#2

Topic: Knowing Exactly When to Apply Irrigation Water
Dr. Peter Ling, Ohio State University — Recording

Topic: Water Management That Makes Cents
Dr. Don Wilkerson, Texas AgriLife Extension Service — Recording


Shine in ’09: High Performance Management to Survive Turbulent Times

Topic: Action Points to Survive the Downturn
Dr. Charlie Hall, Texas A&M University — Recording

Topic: Differentiating By Being Sustainable
Dr. Don Wilkerson, Texas AgriLife Extension Service — Recording

Topic: Marketing Green!
Dr. Jennifer Dennis, Purdue University — Recording

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