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US (IN): Explore benefits of high tunnels during field days

Are you looking for ways to increase the economic stability of your farm or to sell fresh vegetables right up to Thanksgiving or Christmas? How about getting an early start on raising produce in the spring? If so, a high tunnel may be a great option to increase the productivity of your farm operations.Purdue.....

Video: Liberty Hyde Bailey Lecture

US (NY): How CALS is leading the food revolution

If you missed last Friday’s Liberty Hyde Bailey Lecture, From Farm to Fork: How CALS is Leading the Food Revolution, it’s available online:This year’s line-up included:Kathryn J. Boor, Ronald P. Lynch Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell UniversityChristine Smart, Professor, Plant.....

August 21-25, Bangor

US (ME): Armed to Farm veteran training

The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is partnering with United Farmer Veterans of Maine (UFVM) to bring its Armed to Farm (ATF) training to the Northeast. Veterans who want to attend the week-long training in Bangor, Maine, can apply online now.ATF allows veterans and their spouses to.....

August 2-3, Nashville or August 9-10, Memphis

US (TN): Learn all about organic certification

Tennessee State University Cooperative Extension is offering this two-day course in two locations. The five-part course introduces organic agriculture, discusses certification and marketing, discusses production and management, and addresses practical applications. The program is suited for both new science.....

"Everyone’s a winner" in IFAMA’s 2017 student competition

What challenges lie ahead for farmers in emerging markets like Guatemala or Mali? How can agribusiness in different parts of the world benefit from an initiative connecting stakeholders throughout the whole food chain – and how does its implementation contribute to sustainable agriculture?Ronald Guendel.....

March 14-16, Ho Chi Minh City:

First exhibitors confirmed for HortEx Vietnam

HortEx Vietnam, a dedicated exhibition for Horticulture and Floriculture in Vietnam, which will take place from 14-16 March 2018 in the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City, has recently received new support from several (semi) governmental bodies.After the kick off meetings.....

June 22

Webinar Climate Smart Agriculture: California & Netherlands

The California Department of Food and Agriculture, in collaboration with the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, United States Department of Agriculture, University of California, Davis and Wageningen University will be co-hosting a joint webinar on climate smart agriculture.The webinar will focus its.....

June 21-September 22

American Farmland Trust celebrates farmers markets

'The most powerful tool we have to protect farmland – is our fork.' That’s the message of a summer-long campaign to promote family farmers and local farmers markets — the people and the places that bring us ripe, luscious strawberries, flavor-packed tomatoes, crisp greens and cucumbers and other fresh and.....

June 28-30, Weihai

First-ever Interpoma China Congress and Exhibition about to start

Interpoma China, the congress and exhibition for the cultivation, storage and marketing of apples, will cover 5,000 square metres at the Weihai International Exhibition Center (WIEC). A total of 70 companies are due to attend, 52% from China and 48% from foreign countries. The exhibitors come from Belgium,.....

UK: Nuffield ‘Farming Fit For Food’ conference highlights need for collaboration

Food and farming industries were told to work together to make their voices heard by government bodies at the Nuffield ‘Farming Fit for Food’ conference on 8 June, in order to tackle diet related health issues once and for all.Over 500 delegates heard from industry experts who warned that change must come.....

June 22

Webinar: Doing agribusiness in the Philippines

A collaboration between the South-East Asia IPR SME Helpdesk and the EU-Philippines Business Network, the webinar “Agriculture in the Philippines: Business opportunities and IPR protection” will focus on unique opportunities for EU SMEs in a rapidly developing sector. This webinar is held in connection with.....

June 22, Ely

UK: NIAB Leafy Salads Open Day at G's Fresh

Hosted by G’s Fresh, this year’s NIAB Leafy Salads Open Day will be an opportunity for growers from all sectors to learn more about soils and growing media.AHDB project workshops will be taking place on the day, with Lizzie Sagoo of ADAS looking at precision farming tools such as soil EC scanning and how.....

June 20-21, Stoneleigh Park

UK: Hort Science Live 2017 to showcase latest production innovations

IPM in the root zone, a holistic approach to pre-empting nutrient deficiencies and the management of air filled porosity in growing media are just three of the practical subjects being explored at the new Hort Science Live event next month.Created by ICL and Bayer, Hort Science Live 2017 is being hosted by.....

Tomato Forum discussions on production sustainability

From sowing to sales in store. The Tomato Forum that took place in Düsseldorf on 1st and 2nd June examined the entire chain. The international fair organised by Fruchthandel and AMI analysed the most current issues. What are the right products? What do consumers want? How can demand improve? How to continue.....

June 15, Petersburg

US (VA): Innovations for small farmers at USDA/VSU Field Day

Virginia State University’s College of Agriculture will hold its annual Agriculture Field Day on Thursday, June 15, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Randolph Farm, located at 4415 River Road, Petersburg.Free and open to the public, the field day will highlight agricultural innovations for small farms. Small,.....
United Fresh Expo 2017

Agribusiness recruiting company shows how to attract employees

AgHires will show companies how to attract top employees to their business at the United FreshTEC Expo. AgHires will exhibit at the trade show which is to be held at McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago, Illinois June 13th - 15th 2017. Representatives including AgHires founder and owner Lori Culler.....

Vietnam: HortEx officially launched with first meeting in Ho Chi Minh City

As a runner up to the first edition of the all-new horticulture exhibition HortEx Vietnam, show organizers Veas Co. Ltd. from Vietnam and Nova Exhibitions B.V. from The Netherlands are organizing a number of kick-off meetings in Vietnam this week. This all in order to help provide more information about the.....

May 18, 2017

US: Market news organic reporting webinar

The USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) invites you to a live, interactive webinar on Organic Reporting within their multiple Market News divisions. Learn about how the Specialty Crops, Dairy, Livestock, Poultry & Seed, and Cotton & Tobacco Market News programs provide you with free access to.....

31,264 trade visitors

57 percent more visitors at Hortiflorexpo IPM Shanghai

Hortiflorexpo IPM Shanghai has been able to register not only increases in the number of exhibitors and the size of exhibition space but also a considerable increase with regard to the visitors. In total, 31,264 trade visitors (in 2015: 19,820) came into the Shanghai New International Expo Center - a rise by.....

US: Tour de Fresh aims to place 50 more salad bars in schools

With two months left in their fundraising efforts, riders of this year’s Tour de Fresh cycling event, presented by The California Giant Foundation, are focused on raising at least $156,000 to privately fund 50 salad bars in schools across the country through the Salad Bars to Schools initiative.This year’s.....

US (ME): Herring Gut offers aquaponics workshops for teachers

Herring Gut's fish hatchery and greenhouse are where students participate in hands-on lessons and experiments using aquaponics to demonstrate concepts such as water and nitrogen cycles, plant biology, fish anatomy, math, chemistry, ecology and business management.The Intro to Aquaponics Workshop takes place.....

Africa: FARA hosts regional consultation meeting

The regional consultation on rolling out the Science Agenda for Agriculture in Africa (S3A) for Central, Western and Northern African countries started on Tuesday, 10th May, 2017 at the Secretariat of the Forum of Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) in Accra, Ghana. The consultation was a three-day event.....
June 7, Chichester

UK: Developing new blends of growing media for horticulture

At a workshop based on outputs from project CP 138 ‘Transition to responsibly sourced growing media use within UK Horticulture’, find out how research into new growing media blends could help reduce a dependence on peat use for potted herb growers. Join the event to hear from the researchers directly and to.....

British Tomato Week pushes local produce

To mark British Tomato Week (22-28 May), the British Tomato Growers’ Association has commissioned research that looks into the purchasing attitudes and habits of over 2000 Brits.Revealing a disconnect between consumer's thoughts and actions, the study has uncovered that despite over half of the public.....

US: Lorelei DiSogra to be honored at Women in Produce reception

Lorelei DiSogra, Ed.D., R.D., Vice President, Nutrition and Health at United Fresh Produce Association, will be the honoree and featured speaker at the Reception Honoring Women in Produce, Wednesday, June 14, at United Fresh 2017 in Chicago. Prior to her decade of service to the industry at United Fresh,.....

Hort Connections: Addressing the state of the industry

Even the slightest of increases to the intake of fresh produce from the Australian public could lead to around a quarter of a billion dollar boost to the sector, according to a leading industry expert.Darren Keating from Produce Marketing Association Australia and New Zealand, told a conference at last.....

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US: Viva Fresh shines an important light on Texas produce

At Viva Fresh, it’s all about networking and developing opportunities through the Southwestern/Mexican corridor. The show is centered around produce that is grown in Texas or enters the US through Texas. In addition to a strong participation of Texas companies, a California grower displayed its first stone.....

Photo report Hort Connections 2017, Australia

Last week the very first Hort Connections took place in Adelaide, Australia. On Monday a huge crowd attended the evening opening of the trade fair, 2500 had registered that day with more expected on Tuesday.The general feeling was that the combination of the National Horticulture Convention and PMA Fresh.....

October 10-13, Wageningen University

Promising new technologies in the postharvest domain

At this year's 4-day Postharvest Technology course, Wageningen University highlights new technologies within the postharvest domain that are likely to enter commercial practice within 5 years.Experts of WUR pitch on the use of the following new technologies:LED light treatments before and after harvest to.....

US: UF organizing advanced nutrient management online training

Join the 488 growers who have successfully graduated from Greenhouse Training Online courses offered by the University of Florida IFAS Extension (UF). This advanced course is designed for experienced growers or technical managers in the US and other countries. The course is offered in English and Spanish......

Wednesday May 31, New South Wales:

Australia: Farm walk and presentations at Joe Boustani's farm

The New South Wales National Vegetable Extension Network and Protected Cropping Australia are organizing a special workshop at Joe Boustani's farm on Wednesday May 31 to discuss current pests, diseases and other industry topics.The presentations and the farm walk will start at 11 am, followed by a Lebanese.....

Australia: Veg industry’s best celebrated at Hort Connections Gala Dinner

Australia’s leading vegetable and potato growers and industry members have been recognised at the Hort Connections 2017 Awards for Excellence Gala Dinner, with around 1,100 attendees from every sector of Australian horticulture celebrating the significant contributions of the industry and its members.The.....

July 26-28, Guanajato:

Mexico: Gain your technical know-how at the 12th International Tomato Congress

The International Tomato Congress has taken place in Mexico since 2006. In 2017 it will celebrate its twelfth year as a gathering place for fresh tomato growers, consultants and ag input suppliers from the entire tomato value chain: from seed to market. The event will take place in León, Guanajuato, Mexico,.....

Feeding an urbanizing world

Dutch agrofood companies are reflecting on the role they can play in the increasing worldwide demand for (fresh) food produce. To feed growing cities in a sustainable way, they need to speed up the pace of innovation, share knowledge and position themselves better. These were some of the conclusions of the.....

Delphy to offer online mushroom course

Various questions are asked along the mushroom cultivation path towards optimising operational management and profitability. What shape will my building plans be taking in the coming years? Which crop protection agents can I use? How can I organise my harvesting activities best? What do I do about.....

US (NV): Workshop on season extension with hoop house structures

From the type of structure to season extension practices, growing in hoop houses is more complicated than field production. This workshop explores many of the variables to consider, including new technologies on the market. Learn about options for hoop house structures and season extension so that you can.....

July 22, Maryville

US (MO): Lettuce Dream hosts 'The Amazing Lettuce Chase'

Lettuce Dream, a hydroponic greenhouse complex in Maryville that offers post-high school vocational training for young adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities, will host “The Amazing Lettuce Chase” fundraiser on Saturday, July 22.“The Amazing Lettuce Chase,” which organizers emphasize is not a.....

June 22, Oakland

US (CA): Marketing and business management for urban farmers

Learn the basics of urban farming from UC advisors and local partners in the last of a four-workshop series. This session is titled "Marketing and Business Management for Urban Farmers: From business planning to labor laws, basics to help you succeed." Each workshop is $20 for a full day of expert speakers,.....

May 22-26, Vienna

Austria: 3rd IAEA International Conference on Pest Management

Next week, Russell IPM will be exhibiting at the Third FAO–IAEA International Conference on Area-wide Management of Insect Pests: Integrating the Sterile Insect and Related Nuclear and Other Techniques.The purpose of the conference, which will take place in Vienna, Austria, between 22nd May and 26th May.....

Photo Report: North American produce industry gathers in Toronto for CPMA

PHOTO REPORT Close to 300 companies exhibited at last week's CPMA show in Toronto. Traditionally, this show sees several new products being launched. Without being exhaustive, this year's new product introductions included a Veggie to Go snack product for kids, several organic tomato products, the refresh of the Jazz.....

Australia: Hort Connections gets underway in Adelaide

Yesterday saw the start of a brand new conference and trade show - Hort Connections - in Adelaide, Australia. The event combines the National Horticulture Convention and PMA Fresh Connections.The day started off with Horticultural Field Day; delegates visited TORO Australia, a leading supplier of irrigation.....

August 28-September 8

Wageningen Summer School on Greenhouse Horticulture 2017

From 28 August until 8 September 2017, the Horticulture and Product Physiology group and Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture will provide a course at the Wageningen summer school on Greenhouse Horticulture.Wageningen Academy is organising this course.Experts of the Horticulture and Product Physiology group.....

September 12, Edinburgh

UK: Vegetable Varieties Open Day at SASA facilities

CPVO, APHA and SASA are jointly organizing a Vegetable Varieties Open Day at the SASA facilities in Edinburgh (United Kingdom).This open day is aimed at breeders, their representatives, examination offices, and users of protected vegetable varieties in the European Union. It will allow an exchange of views.....

INAPRO aquaponics showcased at the GFIS in Milan

Last week the INAPRO project was showcased during the Global Food Innovation Summit that took place in Milan.The event gathered many visitors and some high level speakers such as Barack Obama, former President of the United States, several European Commissioners such as Phil Hogan and Karmenu Vella, some.....

Italy: Strawberry in the spotlights at MacFrut

A day dedicated to strawberries was held at Macfrut with two different sessions, the “Strawberry Talks" organised by CREA (Council for Agricultural Research and Analysis of Agricultural Economics) and Image Line, as part of the fruit and vegetable trade fair held at the Rimini Expo Centre.The conference.....

Upcoming courses at Delphy in June 2017:

NL: Improve the production and efficiency of your greenhouse

Delphy Team Education has been training growers, consultants and investors from all over the world increasing their knowledge on how to improve their individual circumstances thus improving production, quality and efficiency of greenhouse productions worldwide.They are offering a wide range of trainings and.....

Hortiflorexpo IPM Shanghai celebrates flourishing opportunities in Chinese horticulture

PHOTO REPORT Last week about 800 exhibitors presented their products and services at the Hortiflorexpo IPM Shanghai.Dutch Exhibitor Lennaert Kapiteijn of Kapiteyn Flower Bulbs was one of the companies that said to be very satisfied with the quantity and quality of visitors. "It was extremely busy, and we have had many.....

May 18, Uvalde

US (TX): Tomato tips at Combined Vegetable and Wheat Field Day

The Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center in Uvalde will present a Combined Vegetable and Wheat Field Day from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 18.The program will be held at the center, 1619 Garner Field Rd., and will begin with registration from 7:30-7:55 a.m. to include coffee and breakfast tacos.....

AU: Innovation on show at Victorian vegetable field days

Hundreds of vegetable growers and industry experts have converged on the small Victorian town of Lindenow for the East Gippsland Vegetable Innovation Days.Run over May 3-4, contingents travelled from other states, and even from as far away as the Netherlands, to join local growers. Organiser Shayne Hyman,.....

Australia: Hort Connections about to kick off

Hort Connections 2017 kicks off on Monday 15 May at the Adelaide Convention Centre, with an unprecedented number of delegates and exhibitors coming together under the one roof.The event is the inaugural combination of the National Horticulture Convention and PMA Fresh Connections. Hort Connections is the.....

Australia: Join the MOYA finalists at Hort Connections

Get an in-depth look at each of the PMA-Produce Plus Marketer of the Year Award (MOYA) finalists and their campaigns at the Hort Connections Fresh Marketing Insights session on Wednesday 17 May.From 11.30am, the five finalists will offer a rundown of their innovative fresh produce marketing, and take part in.....

Vegetable show kicks off in India with vegetable floats

For the ninth year in a row tourists gathered in Nehru Park in Kotagiri, India for the inauguration of the vegetable show on Saturday. The main draws of the show were a “capsicum ship,” made from more than 1,500 kg of capsicum in three different colours. The exhibit, which was 25-feet-long, 6-feet wide and.....

Hydroponic Crop Intensive Workshops, June 5-12, Arizona:

US: Increase your grower know-how at CEAC

Experienced growers are in demand, and you can accelerate your indoor and greenhouse growing know-how at the University of Arizona Controlled Environmental Agriculture Center [UofA-CEAC] in Tucson, Arizona from June 5th – 12th, 2017, at CEAC's Hydroponic Crop Intensive Workshops. Grab a vine and swing into.....

June 13, Altoona

US (IA): AgGateway holds ag retail eConnectivity seminar

As part of its Mid-Year Meeting next month in Altoona, Iowa, June 12-15, AgGateway will be holding a half-day Ag Retail eConnectivity Seminar designed to introduce the many benefits of electronic connectivity to agricultural retailers and service providers. The session will be held Tuesday, June 13, from.....

May 19, Power

US: Farm-based food safety training coming to Montana

Fresh-produce farmers will be able to see and experience practical on-farm solutions to developing their food safety plans this summer at two farm-based food safety trainings. These workshops are designed for fresh-produce growers who want to enter into wholesale markets that may require a food safety plan,.....

May 25, Ephrata

US (WA): Hands-on biodegradable plastic mulch field day

At the Biodegradable Plastic Mulch Field Day in Ephrata, WA on May 25th, Participants will have opportunities for hands-on access to mulch films and will learn about the latest advances in materials and techniques. See the flyer for more information.

May 23, Tallahassee

US (FL): Building your own farm's food safety manual workshop

This is a one-day workshop taking place at the Amtrak Station, County Community Room, 918 Railroad Ave, in Tallahassee, FL, on Tuesday, May 23, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.The workshop will help growers develop their own food safety manuals. It is targeted to fresh fruit and/or vegetable farming operations,.....

First edition GFIA Europe lacks focus

This week the first European edition of the GFIA was held in The Netherlands. GFIA stands for Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture. Sounds like a fairly broad subject, doesn't it? And that also seemed to be the case.Abu DhabiThe Utrecht edition was the fourth edition of the GFIA event: after three.....

CHEP to sponsor Hort Connections 2017

Combining the National Horticulture Convention and PMA Fresh Connections, Hort Connections 2017 brings together the largest number of growers, supply chain members, government stakeholders and industry service providers in the Australian horticulture industry. CHEP has announced it will be a platinum sponsor.....

Greenhouse and Horticultural Lighting, Biological Control for Greenhouse Growers, and Floriculture Root Zone Management

MSU to launch three new greenhouse courses

Registration is now open for the summer sessions of three self-paced courses in Michigan State University Extension’s Online College of Knowledge greenhouse series: Greenhouse and Horticultural Lighting, Biological Control for Greenhouse Growers and Floriculture Root Zone Management. This award-winning.....

Pakistani growers learn about hydroponics

A 15-day training workshop on hydroponics agriculture started at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR) on Tuesday.The workshop was organised under the project titled ‘Testing Indigenous Hydroponic Greenhouse for Vegetable Growing’ funded by the Agriculture Department,.....

40% of booth space sold:

Serious interest for first edition of Vietnam HortEx

Nova Exhibitions BV (The Netherlands) and Veas Co. Ltd. (Vietnam) have officially launched the exhibition HortEx Vietnam, the first dedicated exhibition for Horticulture and Floriculture in Vietnam, two months ago, and already a high number of companies have either booked a stand or placed an option.HortEx.....

Tuesday, May 23:

Australia: PCA tours Tasmanian greenhouse industry

Protected Cropping Australia is organizing a hydroponic greenhouse farm tour, workshop and lunch in Devonport, Tasmania on Tuesday 23rd May. Farms to be visited include Brandsema Hydroponics and Hills Transplants showcasing the latest in industry technology.On top of the farm tours, several interesting.....

May 25, Piketon

US (OH): Strawberries, robots and taste tests at Berry Field Night

If you’re seeking more berries from your strawberry plants or want to know how to start growing them, an upcoming field night could be where your questions are answered.Those who attend the May 25 workshop at the Ohio State University South Centers in Piketon, can step into a greenhouse and see how.....

First annual Southern Arizona Sustainability Expo comes to Nogales

The first Southern Arizona Sustainability Expo will take place on Thursday, May 18 at the Santa Cruz Center in Nogales, from 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. The event is open to the public and attendance is free. In addition to a vendor fair, the Expo will feature speaker panels on solar, energy efficiency, waste.....

Australia: Logan growers on the road to recovery

Vegetable growers in Queensland’s Logan district who were affected by the devastating floods triggered by Cyclone Debbie are heading to Adelaide for Hort Connections 2017, to connect with the wider industry and begin rebuilding their livelihoods following the recent devastation.Three local growers, Lisa.....

US (LA): LSU AgCenter workshops link growers with markets

Demand for local food is increasing, and that is opening doors of opportunity for selling agricultural products to restaurants and groceries, LSU AgCenter horticulturist Carl Motsenbocker told growers at a MarketReady workshop on April 13.About two dozen people attended the event, with more sessions planned.....

July 16-19, East Malling

UK: International Horticulture Research Conference nears 4th edition

The Fourth International Horticulture Research Conference will be hosted by NIAB EMR and Horticulture Research.The Conference is being held at East Malling, Kent, 16-19 July 2017. The purpose of the conference is to bring together international researchers conducting basic research on horticultural crops, to.....

Copa & Cogeca underline need to step up investment in European agriculture

Copa and Cogeca underlined the need to step up investment in the EU agriculture sector and to improve infrastructures so that farmers have access to broadband and digital technology and can compete in dynamic markets at a Conference organized by Picking Alpha.Speaking in a panel debate at the Conference on.....

Reverse Trade Mission highlights best of Aussie vegetables

International retailers, importers and wholesalers from nine export markets across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East are due to land in Perth on Wednesday 10 May to attend the annual Reverse Trade Mission (RTM) delivered by AUSVEG and commissioned by Horticulture Innovation Australia.The 2017 RTM brings a.....

July 14, Tauranga

US food guru to speak at NZ horticulture conference

American food and agribusiness guru Roland Fumasi has been announced as one of the keynote speakers for the Horticulture Conference 2017, on 14 July in Tauranga."Roland Fumasi is well-known worldwide for his work for Rabobank’s RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness group," Horticulture New Zealand chief.....

May 24, Wageningen

Greenhouse crop production with low energy use

The Horticulture and Product Physiology group (HPP) and WUR Greenhouse Horticulture are organizing a seminar on Greenhouse crop production with low energy use.Date & TimeWednesday 24 May 2017; 13:30-15:00LocationRoom M6 of Radix (building 107), Droevendaalsesteeg 1, WageningenProgramme13:30 Prof dr Uwe.....

July 9-12, Adelaide

PCA Conference early bird registration extended to May 14

Due to popular demand, Early-Bird Registration has now been extended for two weeks, and will now close on Sunday, 14th May 2017.Take advantage of this special discounted rate by registering via the conference website at www.aomevents.com/pca2017/registration.A hydroponic greenhouse farm tour program has been.....

White paper presented at Indoor Ag-Con:

Number of U.S. indoor warehouse farms on the rise

The number of urban, indoor and warehouse agricultural operations in the U.S. has grown significantly over the last two years. According to a new white paper that was presented on the first day of the 5th Indoor Ag-Con in Las Vegas this Wednesday, there are currently 56 warehouse farms, plant factories and.....

October 9-13, Brussels

100 young leaders chosen to help address global food security challenges

Bayer, together with partners Groene Kring and Fédération des Jeunes Agriculteurs, announces that 100 bright young minds have been selected to participate in the third Youth Ag-Summit, which will take place in Brussels, Belgium from October 9-13 2017. This year’s Summit is themed “Feeding a Hungry Planet”,.....

June 7, West Kingstown

US (RI): High tunnel tomato workshop

This evening workshop from NOFA Rhode Island at Brandon Family Farm is open to all but is geared to commercial production. It will briefly cover the basics and focus more on advanced management. Topics will include high tunnel design considerations for tomato production, trellis and pruning systems, variety.....