Southwest Purdue Ag Center Virtual Field Day – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Southwest Purdue Ag Center Virtual Field Day

Please join us for the Southwest Purdue Ag Center virtual field day! You will learn about many exciting research projects conducted at the research center. Topics on horticultural crops include:
– Rainfastness of fungicides
– What can IPM adoption in watermelons mean for pests, pollinators and profit?
– Strawberry production with alternative systems
– High tunnel specialty melon production
– High tunnel cucumber spider mites management
– Growing winegrapes: cultivars and management
– Produce food safety training and research
As well as many other farming-related topics. PARP credit is available.

After registration, you will receive instructions on accessing the project-related videos prior to the field day and be able to talk to specialists on June 24, 2021. Register the event at tinyurl.com/SWPACFieldDay21

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