University of Georgia Horticulture Presents:
Vegetable Growers Workshop
This program will cover many aspects of how to grow your own vegetables for food and/or profit. Whether you have never grown any vegetables before or you are a veteran and want to learn more about growing techniques this program is for you. We will cover a range of topics including: how to select varieties and grow your own transplants, understanding Georgia soils, planting and maintenance of vegetables, troubleshooting vegetable problems, equipment selection and maintenance tips for the vegetable grower, as well as tips on how to successfully sell and market your crop.
This program will provide several helpful handouts and includes lunch and break refreshments. Bob Westerfield, Extension Horticulture Specialist will be the program coordinator.
Pesticide credit in both commercial and private category 21 will be offered.
Date: Friday, January 30, 2015 Time: 9:00 a.m. — 3:00 p.m. Location: UGA Griffin Student Learning Center room 105
1109 Experiment Street
Griffin, GA 30223
Cost: $30.00 — Lunch and refreshments breaks included
Registration: Pre-registration required. To register with cash or check, please return the registration form to the address listed on the form. To register online with a credit card, please visit: Vegetable Growers Workshop.
For more information, please speak with Beth Horne at 770-228-7214 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.