Greenhouse Vegetable Training for Extension Agents in the Southeast

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Greenhouse Vegetable Production for Extension Agents in Southeastern US

Tennessee and North Carolina are teaming up to host a special Greenhouse Vegetable Agent Training and all are welcome! It’s open to any agent in the Southeastern United States, so please feel free to share this invitation with them.

This training is geared toward cooperative extension agents working with growers in greenhouse vegetable production. It’s a follow-up training event from last year’s wildly successful GH Veggies 1.0 held last year at NC State.

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The dates for this year’s training are December 3 and December 4th, from 1-4 p.m. each day. We’ll be meeting via Zoom.


We’re featuring speakers from NC State, UTK, and UK, with topics ranging from environmental monitoring and LED lighting to herb and microgreen production. We’ll also hear the latest in biological pest management. See the attached flyer for more details.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Chris Gunter and Eli Snyder NC State and Annette Wszelaki, UTK