Center is hosting the 14th annual short course focused on greenhouse production
March 22–27, 2015, will be held at the Westward Look Resort in Tucson, Ariz.
Hosted by the University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center
(CEAC), the short course will include three full days of presentations on many
aspects of controlled environment agriculture (CEA). There will also be one day
of hands-on workshops at the CEAC campus.
of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture
Center will host the 14th annual Greenhouse
& Engineering Design Short Course, March 22–27, 2015.
covering topics related to plant production, including crop selection, hydroponics,
aquaponics, lighting, fertilization, integrated pest management and food safety.
There will also be presentations related to growing structure design, environmental
control, high tunnels and urban agriculture. The nine hands-on workshops will
address several topics including tomato, lettuce and herb production,
fertigation, sensors and controls and the first experience with growing in a
day of hands-on workshops during the Greenhouse Crop
Engineering Design Short Course will cover a
variety of topics including growing
lettuce and herbs in
with industry professionals to discuss their current operations or any potential
projects they may be considering. The short course also provides an opportunity
for networking and information exchange between growers, engineers, scientists,
researchers, and other industry professionals.
Those unable to travel to Tucson to attend the Short Course
have the option of viewing the presentations streaming live or after the event
has concluded. For those who choose the live Webcast attendance option, they
will have the opportunity to ask questions of the presenters in real time. The
presentations will also be available for later viewing in a password protected
Tevik, University of Arizona, CEA Building, Tucson, Ariz.; email@example.com;
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