US (MI): Registration for online horticultural courses now open

If you want to learn about photoperiodic versus photosynthetic lighting, about biological control or about abiotic disorders of greenhouse crops, the Michigan State University Extension has got you covered. Registrations for three crops courses have been opened.

Registration for online greenhouse and horticultural lighting winter course is now open  
Participants will to learn about photoperiodic versus photosynthetic lighting in this three-month, self-paced online course about greenhouse and horticultural lighting. Registration closes Dec. 11, 2020.

Registration for biological control for winter greenhouse growers online course is also now open  
Students will learn fundamental concepts and research-based information in this three-month, self-paced online course. Registration closes Dec. 11, 2020.

Registration for winter session of Abiotic Disorders of Greenhouse Crops Course is also now open.
The course will guide you through the diagnostic process to learn what cultural, environmental, or nutritional factors can cause plant symptoms in greenhouse crops.

 


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