Northeast Greenhouse Conference & Expo to host greenhouse vegetable educational sessions

Northeast Greenhouse Conference & Expo to host greenhouse vegetable educational sessions

The courses are Choosing Varieties for Greenhouse Leafy Greens and Vegetables, and Maximize Vine Crop Production with Proper Environmental Control.

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August 29, 2018
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The Northeast Greenhouse Conference and Expo will feature educational sessions on growing greenhouse vegetables on November 8, 2018. 
  • Choosing Varieties for Greenhouse Leafy Greens and Vegetables, Andrew Mefferd, Growing for Market Magazine
  • Maximize Vine Crop Production with Proper Environmental Control, Richard McAvoy, University of Connecticut

Dr. Richard McAvoy received his PhD from Rutgers University. He joined the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture at the University of Connecticut as Extension Specialist for Greenhouse Crops in 1988. He has served as Professor and Department Head since 2011. Dr. McAvoy’s research has focused on issues related to greenhouse crop production. 

The biennial Northeast Greenhouse Conference & Expo is co-sponsored by New England Floriculture, Inc. - a group of grower representatives from the Northeast, augmented by University and Cooperative Extension staff in each state who specialize in greenhouse crops and management. 

For more information, visit negreenhouse.org