Michigan asparagus

Mar 3, 2022
2022 Oceana Asparagus Day planned for March 10

Michigan State University Extension will be holding the 2022 Oceana Asparagus Day on March 10 at the New Era Reformed Church in New Era, Michigan.

Asparagus growers and industry professionals will hear industry updates, market outlooks and various disease and insect management practicies. Special guest speaker is Ludger Aldenhoff of Germany, who will provide a talk on “What have German growers learned by testing asparagus root tissue for nutrients.”

A small trade show will be part of this year’s event that will allow attendees to visit with various ag industry related businesses.  Although time has been provided on the agenda for attendees to visit the trade show, attendees do have the freedom to visit throughout the day.

Register here.

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Cost: (includes lunch)

$25 per person on or before March 4

$40 per person after March 4

Cancellations on or after March 4 will incur a $25 cancellation fee.

COVID-19 Update:  We are planning for an in-person program in March. All participants, regardless of vaccination status, are requested to wear a mask while indoors on MSU property or any property that is reserved or rented exclusively for an MSU activity.  Please do not attend programs, meetings or events if you feel ill.

March 10, 2022 9:00AM – 3:30PM

Registration Deadline: March 9, 2022 – 12:00AM

4775 1st Street, New Era, MI 49446

Contact: Oceana MSU Extension, [email protected], 231-873-2129

March 10, 2022

9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

(Registration begins at 8 a.m.)

New Era Reformed Church

4775 1st Street, New Era, MI 49446

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