Past Recorded Webinars
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This Educational Series is sponsored by the Arizona Nursery Association and the Idaho Nursery & Landscape Association.
Join us for the fourth and final AmericanHort Quarterly Advocacy Brief of 2020. During this webinar, AmericanHort Lighthouse members get exclusive access to the AmericanHort Advocacy and Research Team during where you will get the latest news from Washington D.C. and be able to ask questions on how it affects your business.
By: Greenhouse Management/Nursery Management
Greenhouse Management Magazine and Nursery Management Magazine invite you for a free webinar to learn about plant growth regulators (PGRs), including auxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, abscisic acid, and ethylene, and how these essential compounds impact plant growth and development. In this webinar, you will learn how you can utilize these naturally occurring or synthetic substances in your own professional operations in a sustainable manner, review many of the frequently asked questions and concerns regarding this technology, and discuss how you can adjust growing protocols to take full advantage of the PGR benefits.
AmericanHort will hosted a webinar to help green industry businesses and HR professionals plan for the 2021 season using H2 workers, J-1 interns, and other common visa types.
This program featured brief agency updates from Kristi Boswell, Senior Advisor to the Secretary at US Department of Agriculture, and Shawn Packer, Senior Counselor at the Department of Labor. Ag labor policy experts Lynn Jacquez and Chris Schulte of CJ Lake LLC, labor and employment law counsel to AmericanHort, discussed how the evolving pandemic and the national elections may affect employers’ workforce planning.
Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) - A Focus on Horticulture Industry Eligibility and How To Apply
AmericanHort, joined by Matthew Farrell of K·Coe Isom, the nation’s leading agricultural consulting and accounting firm, shared his expertise on this program and discussed eligibility and the application process.
A Discussion on the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act: Loans, Grants and Business Relief