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Disease and Insect Pest Management for Sustainable Vegetable Production

Disease and Insect Pest Management for Sustainable Vegetable Production 9 AM – 4 PM

Two Locations:

Charleston on April 30, 2013
and
Clemson on May 2, 2013

These workshops are sponsored by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association and the Clemson Sustainable Agriculture Program, and are made possible by grants from the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program. The focus of the training will be on implementation of ecologically- and biologically-based strategies to discourage major regional diseases and insect pests from becoming a problem.

This is a great opportunity to hear in-depth information from regional experts Dr. Anthony Keinath, Dr. C. Powell Smith and Patryk Battle. We invite any and all farmers, gardeners, extension agents, NRCS staff and other agriculture professionals to join. Registration is only $10 to help cover a catered lunch, free for SC extension personnel.

Online registration at CFSA’s online store is now open: https://netforum.avectra.com/eweb/Shopping/Shopping.aspx?pager=1&Site=CFSA&WebCode=Shopping&cart=0

 

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