Webinar Series – Scaling up Your Small and Medium-sized Farm – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Webinar Series – Scaling up Your Small and Medium-sized Farm

Dr. Betty Feng’s lab within the Department of Food Science at Purdue University is hosting a series of webinars this March and April. The webinars are free to anyone who wishes to participate and will cover various topics, including on-farm food safety and agriculture soil management.

Food Safety Plan (accumulative series of webinars)

March 21 –  Hazard Identification
March 23 – Developing Hazard Analysis Plan
March 28 – Preventive Controls
March 30 – Verification, Validation, Record-Keeping and Recall plan

Agricultural Soil Management

April 4 – Interpreting Soil Analysis reports
April 4 – Developing a Soil Fertility Management Plan
April 6 – Are All Composts Equal?
April 6 – Using Cover Crops to Enhance Soil fertility and Quality

Good Agricultural Practice

April 11 -The Importance of Produce safety, Agricultural Water, Soil Amendments
April 13 – Wildlife and Domesticated Animals, Worker Health, Hygiene, and Training, Putting it all together

Interested in attending?

Or email the webinar coordinator Autumn Stoll at stoll6@purdue.edu
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