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Savannah International Trade & Convention Center, 1 International Dr, Savannah, GA 31421, USA Savannah International Trade & Convention Center, 1 International Dr, Savannah, GA 31421, USA Muscadine and Vinifera Grapes 1 month ago
Description: The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference is the LARGEST educational conference and trade show in the southeastern United States that unites growers, vendors and suppliers. Anyone with an interest in specialty crop agriculture is invited to be a part of this event. Through more than 80 hours of educational sessions, food safety concerns, specific commodity issues on production practices and increased yields, and marketing strategies will be addressed. Participate in the growing and dynamic TRADE SHOW, where you can browse through more than 85,000 square feet of space filled with key suppliers and growers. For more information and to register, go to: http://www.seregionalconference.com/
Jan 11 Thu

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TODAY
1 hour away
Description:

Muscadine Pruning and Production Workshop with Bill Cline (and Mark Hoffmann joining in the afternoon)
Please contact Pamela Jones (NC Cooperative Extension Surry Co.) pam_jones@ncsu.edu for further details.

Feb 21 Wed
TODAY
1 hour away
Description:

Muscadine Pruning and Production Workshop for Master Gardener in Davidson County (with Kira Chaloupka and Mark Hoffmann in the morning).

Feb 21 Wed
Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards, 588 Chestnut Gap Rd, Hendersonville, NC 28792, USA Saint Paul Mountain Vineyards, 588 Chestnut Gap Rd, Hendersonville, NC 28792, USA Muscadine and Vinifera Grapes 1 week away
Description:

NC Cooperative Extension Grape School: Speakers are Bill Cline, Mark Hoffmann, Cain Hickey, Wayne Mitchem and others. To register please contact karen_blaedow@ncsu.edu
More information later.

Feb 28 Wed
Stonewall Creek Vineyards - Winery Tasting Room, 323 Standing Deer Ln, Tiger, GA 30576, USA 3 weeks away
Description:

This workshop will have TWO SESSIONS, and each session will be limited to 20 people.  You MUST choose to register for one of the following sessions:

SESSION 1: 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM

SESSION 2: 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM

The workshop will feature the UGA Viticulture Team’s resident pest management specialists [Dr. Phil Brannen (diseases), Dr. Brett Blaauw (insects), and Mr. Wayne Mitchem (weeds)] and Cain Hickey.

The goal of this workshop is to help attendees develop a sound, phenology- (growing stage-)based vineyard pest and cultural management schedule in order to effectively manage the canopy and pests (disease, insect, and weed) throughout the growing season. Attendees will be given a blank phenology-based template to fill in.  Presenters will have the same template in electronic format, and will fill in appropriate, growth stage-specific management strategies throughout the session so that attendees can copy information onto their own physical template.  The goal is for attendees to walk away from this workshop with a well-developed spray and management plan, and be well-prepared to manage vineyard canopies and pests throughout the season.  This workshop is anticipated to be timely, as bud break will likely occur within a few weeks after this workshop.  BE PREPARED!

Lunch will NOT be provided, but there are plenty of eateries within a 10 minute-drive from Stonewall Creek Vineyards –  on Highway 441, or downtown, in Clayton, GA.

PLEASE REGISTER BY March 12th, 2018.

To register, please contact John Scaduto (John.Scaduto@uga.edu), Rabun County ANR Extension Agent and workshop co-coordinator. Let he or Cain Hickey (vitis@uga.edu) know if you have questions.

Mar 14 Wed
King of Prussia, PA, USA 5 months away
Description:

The annual meeting of ASEV Eastern Section. For more information, please see www.asev-es.org/

Jul 9 Mon