NC State Extension

Teaching

Currently teaching HS/CS 717 — Weed Management Systems. A 1-credit hour graduate course designed to familiarize students with strategies and resources used to develop weed management recommendations for a variety of cropping systems including agronomic, fruit, vegetable and nursery crops, aquatic systems, and non-crop areas. Students learn the basics of weed management decision-making and how to access and utilize decision-aids, then apply these skills to different cropping scenarios. The class is taught Fall semesters and class projects change each year.

Below are links to the resources developed for two classes previously taught on Landscape Weed Management. While some of the details may be a bit dated, the principles and concepts are still valid and valuable.

AGI 195 – Weeds and Diseases of Ornamentals Fall 2011

The Fall 2011 notes and handouts for the weed management lectures. this is an abbreviated version of the class formerly offered.

CS 053 – Landscape Weed Management

A more detailed course on landscape weed management. Last offered in 2010.

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Photo of Brandon HopperBrandon HopperBusiness and Technology Application Technician (919) 515-3705 brandon_hopper@ncsu.eduHorticultural Science - NC State University
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