UConn Extension Offers Vegetable Seedling & Transplant Production in Greenhouses Webinar Series for Greenhouse Growers
A webinar series for growers producing vegetables and herbs as seedlings or transplants in heated greenhouses. Topics include transplant uniformity, root-zone management, organic fertilizers, disease & pest control.
One pesticide recertification credit has been approved for three of five one-hour webinar for New England states.
More information here. (including program description and online registration).
The Northeast Greenhouse Conference and Expo has announced that they will offer a webinar series this fall, beginning Nov. 4 sponsored by New England Floriculture Inc., in order to deliver content relevant to greenhouse pests, diseases, biocontrols, PGRs, and sanitation. Although having to postpone the Northeast Greenhouse Conference and Expo to 2021 due to the Coronavirus pandemic is regrettable, the hope is that these webinars will provide important education (and pesticide recertification credit) for the greenhouse community in 2020. Pesticide recertification credits will be offered for the New England States and New York.
- Pests of Chrysanthemum, and an Insect Management Update
Biological Control: How to be successful
Growing Garden Mums Without Disease Losses
Learn the Newest Strategies to Keep Root Rots from Hurting Your Bottom Line
Young Plants and Plant Growth Regulators: Saving time and Improving Quality
Cleaning Surfaces in the Greenhouse
Visit https://www.negreenhouse.org/virtual-series-schedule.html for the dates/descriptions and registration information.
In a small attempt at lessening the pain of social distancing, CLEAR has been hosting a “mini-webinar” series since late March. There are two 30-minute webinars per week, on Monday and Wednesday afternoons. So far, we’ve held 5 and had almost 500 people in attendance. The webinars are also taped and posted on the website.
We have just announced the second wave of webinars, bringing the total to 12 and taking the series through the end of April. And, while our first set was conducted primarily by CLEAR faculty, our second set is comprised of a wide variety of topics from a diverse set of partners.
Folks can check out the series at: