The Chatham County Center of North Carolina Cooperative Extension will offer a High Tunnel Production workshop as part of its Enhancing Sustainability Series on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 from 9:00 am-3:00 pm at the Silk Hope Farm Heritage Center in Silk Hope, NC. The focus will be on Organic Soil and Disease Management in High Tunnel Production Systems.
Topics: Peregrine Farm High Tunnel System: How We Manage Soils and Diseases Organically; Cover Crops, Crop Rotation, & Fertility in High Tunnels; Managing Soil-borne Diseases in High Tunnels; Managing Foliar Diseases in High Tunnels; Resources for Soil & Disease Management in High Tunnels
Speakers: Julie Grossman, NCSU; Alex Hitt, Peregrine Farm; Frank Louws, NCSU; Lina Quesada, NCSU; and Debbie Roos, NC Cooperative Extension
Details and registration information are on the workshop section of the Growing Small Farms website.
Registration deadline is March 19; our workshops often fill up so don’t wait until right before the deadline to register!