Oct 24, 2019
Ohio greenhouse workshop deals with sustainable, safe production

The Ohio State University’s annual Greenhouse Management Workshop takes a cross-commodity approach covering both ornamental and vegetable crops. This year’s theme is Sustainable and Safe Crop Production – important area regardless of crop species for reducing agrochemical input or eliminating risks of causing food-borne pathogens in production systems. All the presentations will be made available for online access at a reduced cost. The GAP and Food Safety Session can provide a OSU GAP training Certificate of Completion.

Greenhouse Management Workshop – Sustainable & Safe Crop Production

  • Jan. 16-17, 2020
  • OARDC/OSU, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, Ohio
    • Improve your crop productivity, from managing lighting, temperature and humidity to controlling disease and pests.
    • Attend in person for educational sessions, greenhouse tours, and network reception. Attend via webinar for presentations only.
  • Education Credits
    • GAPs Certification of Completion will be provided. See flyer (link below) for details.
    • Continuing education credits have been requested for several certification programs.

Click here for program and registration details.

Click here for online registration.

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