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LA CES CEU – Taking on the Big Places: How to Build and Maintain Self-Sufficient Landscapes, 12.8.21

Successfully complete the following quiz to qualify for 1 LA CES continuing education credit. A passing grade requires 8 correct answers.

CEU LA CES Webinar 12.7.21 - Taking on the Big Places

1. Why are thins soil advantageous to building and maintaining self-sufficient landscapes?
2. Common native species are less valuable than rare native species.
3. Short-lived perennials offer us what advantage(s)?
4. What tool can be employed in rich soils to aid in long-term invasive species management?
5. Which of the following statements about mowing is false?
6. Forests are the most important habitat in the northeast.
7. Forests are the most common habitat in the northeast.
8. Species that spread vigorously are weeds and should be avoided.
9. Soil testing provides valuable insight as to what amendments should be added to a site to make it suitable for native species.
10. Which question is most important to ask for determining how to build a self-sufficient landscape?