Strawberry Chat Plasticulture Production – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Strawberry Chat Plasticulture Production

The Aug. topic of Strawberry Chat is about plasticulture strawberry production. Our special guests were Brad Bergefurd, former Horticulture Specialist at The Ohio State University, Calvin Beasley from Beasley Orchard in Danville, IN, and Danny Vanmeter from Vanmeter Family Farm in Clarkston, KY. We discussed many important topics in plasticulture strawberry production, including site selection, beds, plastic mulch, fertility management, crop rotation, winter protection, cultivar selection, and more. You can access the podcast at  https://anchor.fm/strawberrychat/episodes/Plasticulture-Production-I-Episode-6–Aug-10-2022-e1mebh4 

We will discuss substrate strawberry production with elevated systems on Sept. 7, 12:00pm-1:00 pm EST. If you are interested in participating the discussion live, please register at https://purdue-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJctcu2qqjsrGNeKWvXqrKRQuqyI3p5ZHqcI 

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