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April 3-7, Tucson

US (AZ): Greenhouse crop production & engineering design short course

Supercharge your indoor and greenhouse growing knowhow at the 16th Annual Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course of the University of Arizona Controlled Environmental Agriculture Center [UofA-CEAC].

You’re invited to ignite your greenhouse systems with sunlight and supplemental lighting systems and programs. Elevate and expand your bottom-line with new, 10X water and nutrient efficient, green acres in “Vertical Farming” workshops and demonstrations. And expand crop production with the “best integrated program for CEA in North America” (Tech Frontier Reports, 2016).

The jam-packed 5-day event is a laser-cut harvest of information from experts in research, production and the bottom-line business of controlled environment agriculture. You have two and half days of intensely focused sessions on all the science, technology and practice knowledge necessary to make your growing businesses improve. You’ll also have face-to-face time with industry experts on your special questions, as well as networking time with industry leaders, with personal follow-ups that phone and social contacts bring.

This year’s program is moving to new facilities in the heart of Tucson, where you’ll be immersed in the uniqueness of the city, a stone’s throw from the University of Arizona Campus, and just minutes away on the Modern Streetcar from a downtown scene offering a buzzing like greenhouse bees and access to eateries that have made Tucson the very first UNESCO World City of Gastronomy in the USA.

For those unable to make the visit to Tucson in person, there are webcast options so they can participate in lectures live, and join in during live Q & A Sessions.

Click here for more information.
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