High Country Local First and North Carolina Cooperative Extension are sponsoring a Small Fruit Production Field Day on June 26, 2013 from 1pm until 5pm at the Upper Mountain Research Station located at 8004 N Carolina 88 in Laurel Springs, NC.
Topics presented will include variety selction, production methods, harvesting and disease and insect management.
Featured speakers include:
- Dr. Jeremy Pattison, North Carolina State University Assistant Professor, Horticultural Science
- Dr. Gina Fernandez, North Carolina State University Specialist, Small Fruits
- Dr. Bill Cline, North Carolina State University Specialist, Blueberries, Muscadine and Grapes
- Dr. Hannah Burrack, North Carolina State University Extension Entomology Specialist and Assistant Professor
Please contact the Ashe County Center of North Carolina Cooperative Extension at 336-846-5850 by June 24th to register to attend.
This field day is made possible in part by a Seeds of Change grant.
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