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March 7 & 8, Raymond
US (MS): Greenhouse tomato growing taught at March workshop
Experienced growers and experts with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station, the University of Tennessee Extension Service and Auburn University will present seminars on all aspects of production during the 27th annual workshop.
The course will be held at Eagle Ridge Conference Center at 1500 Raymond Lake Road in Raymond.
Topics include lessons growers will learn in their first year, understanding greenhouse design and engineering, properly controlling the greenhouse environment, using social media to benefit the business, best cultural practices for greenhouse vegetables, plant nutrition for tomatoes and lettuce, tomato grafting, an overview of the latest varieties, a cost analysis of production, market development, and alternative crops.
An in-depth pest management workshop will include information on diagnosing plant problems, insect and plant disease identification and control, and physiological disorders.
Participants will also tour a successful greenhouse operation the afternoon of the first day that produces tomatoes, cucumbers and lettuce.
The workshop is the longest running course of its kind in the United States and attracts participants from more than 20 states, Latin America, the Caribbean and sometimes Canada and Mexico.
Exhibitors from the U.S. and Canada will display and demonstrate their products.
Advance registration costs $200 per person and must be received by Feb. 20th. Participants can register online at http://greenhousetomatosc.com or mail in the printable form found on the registration page. Registration at the door costs $225 per person.
Registration includes refreshments, lunch on both days, all Extension publications and a Greenhouse Tomato Short Course baseball cap.
For more information:
Greenhouse Tomato Short Course
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