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Cover crop workshop in Live Oak, Florida

The University of Florida is hosting a workshop, “Using Cover Crops to Improve Soil Health, Weed Management and Integrated Pest Management Strategies,” on Thursday June 4th, from 4:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Suwannee Valley Agricultural Extension Center (SVAEC) in Live Oak, FL.

Expand your knowledge of cover crops and how they can play an integral role in the health of your soil, weed suppression and in increasing the impact of beneficial organisms on managing crop pests. Learn from exciting research carried out at SVAEC and at a local blueberry farm. Explore the world of cover crops and the many benefits they can provide to your farm.

WHERE? SVAEC, University of Florida IFAS, 8202 County Road 417, Live Oak, FL 32060

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Farmers, Agricultural Professionals, and Conservation/Environmental Specialists.

IS THERE A COST? Registration is $15.00. Educational materials and dinner provided.

HOW DO I Register? To register online visit: https://discoverthecover.eventbrite.com To register by mail, send payment to:(checks payable to) University of Florida, 7580 County Road 136, Live Oak, FL 32060

CEU Available for Pesticide Applicator and Crop Advisors.

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