Upcoming Educational Program
Northeast Greenhouse Conference and Expo
November 3-4, 2010
DCU Center, Worcester, MA
Early Bird Discount – Register by September 15th. Visit www.negreenhouse.org for program updates and to register on line.
The New England Greenhouse Floriculture Guide: A Management Guide for Insects, Diseases, Weeds and Growth Regulators will be available at the conference at a reduced rate of $25.00 (After the conference it will be available for $30.00)
Pesticide recertification Credits – A total of 12 one-hour presentations (credits vary by state) will be offered. See program for more information.
Visit the trade show (120 exhibitors) and green pavilion and network with new and familiar faces.
|New England Greenhouse Update now online. University Extension Specialists in New England, in conjunction with USDA's Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education, contribute information to this new website. Timely updates are provided for commercial growers of greenhouse crops and flowers in Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island. You can use this additional resource for more information about current observations and recommendations on environmentally safe production practices.|
GREENHOUSE IPM COORDINATOR
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