Incorporating Sustainable Practices Into Plasticulture Strawberry Production Webinar – March 11

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Update, March 21: Thanks to all who participated in the webinar! We had some great questions and we enjoyed your participation. If you were not able to attend the live webinar on March 11th you can access the recorded version.

Join us for a webinar on “Incorporating Sustainable Practices into Plasticulture Strawberry Production”, 3:00-4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11th, 2014.

This webinar will cover sustainable soil management and integrated pest management practices that can be easily integrated into plasticulture strawberry production systems. Topics to be covered include soil health, compost, cover crops, soil testing, integrated pest management practices and ideas for incorporating these methods into a plasticulture production system. We will primarily focus on the application of these practices for strawberry producers in the SE United States but the general concepts can be applied anywhere.

Presenters: Dr. Michelle Schroeder-Moreno (Dpt. of Crop Science, NCSU), Dr. Hannah Burrack (Dpt. of Entomology, NCSU) and Amanda McWhirt (Dpt. of Crop Science, NCSU).

Register for the webinar:

Online registrants will be sent an email containing a link to join the webinar online and will be provided with directions for checking their computer‘s configuration after completing registration.

 If you live in the area and would like to attend the webinar in person on North Carolina State University’s (NCSU) campus in Raleigh, NC you can also register online and  we will provide directions and locations for parking in a follow up email.

 We will use your contact information only to send you directions on how to join the webinar (or attend in person) and to provide instructions for configuring your computer before the webinar gets started. 

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Hannah Burrack, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionDr. Hannah BurrackProfessor & Extension Specialist and Director of Education & Outreach, NC PSI Call Dr. Hannah Email Dr. Hannah Entomology & Plant Pathology
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Updated on May 20, 2021
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