Tomatoes, peppers and other crops that can grow vertically do well in CEAC’s experimental greenhouses. Photos: University of Arizona

Jan 11, 2021
University of Arizona announces greenhouse engineering course

The University of Arizona’s Controlled Environment Agriculture Center is preparing for their 20th Annual CEAC Greenhouse Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course on March 3, 10 and 17 via Zoom.

This virtual conference will increase your knowledge in Controlled Environment Agriculture and hydroponic growing and will allow you to network with industry leaders.

Each day will be jam-packed with presentations given by experts in academia and the CEA industry. Topics will include Greenhouse Structures and Environments, Managing Plant Nutrition, Lighting, Fertigation Systems, Pest Identification and Control Strategies, Hemp and Mushrooms in CEA, Organic Hydroponic Food Production, and much more! Registration is open until Feb. 26, 2021.

For more information: University of Arizona, [email protected]
www.ceac.arizona.edu.




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