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Plant Identification Tips

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Plant identification is a skill that is acquired by only a few but is very important in this era as land use changes and thus impacts are created by human decisions and activities. Plant identification remains important as organism changes can assist with our ability to determine if the direction of change is healthy, unhealthy or puts us at risk. This webinar will center on identification tips of the fifth largest family of plants in Texas, the Euphorbiaceae or Spurge Family. The family contains herbs, shrubs and trees but is noted for having all unisexual flowers, meaning the flowers only have pistils or stamens. Common examples of this family will be used in the discussion.

Status

Archived - Watch the Recording

Date and Time

March 3, 2016
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

Presenter

Dr. Barron Rector
Associate Professor and Extension Range Specialist
Department of Ecosystem Science and Management
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

TDA Credit