Season Extension with High and Low Tunnels – Maximizing Use & Producing Profits – Jackson Springs, NC

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This is a great opportunity for both extension staff and local producers to get in that last professional development opportunity of the year! Join Dr Sanjun Gu, Patricia Tripp and local extension and NRCS staff as they explain the technical aspects of season extension and the regional marketing opportunities for specific crops in the region.

Season Extension with High and Low Tunnels – Maximizing Use & Producing Profits – Jackson Springs, NC
December 12 @ 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. $20

https://cefs.ncsu.edu/event/season-extension-workshop-jackson-springs/

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Season Extension with High and Low Tunnels – Maximizing Use & Producing Profits – Jackson Springs, NC

We will be meeting at the Sandhills station then touring a local farm to see a high  and low tunnel in production.

Paige Burns Brad Thompson and Taylor Williams are the local agriculture agents we are working with and they’d be glad to field any questions about the need for season extension training and developing markets in the region.

They can be reached at paige_burns@ncsu.edu (910) 997-8255 and Taylor Williams  taylor_williams@ncsu.edu  (910) 947-3188  Brad Thompson brad_thompson@ncsu.edu (910) 576-2635