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Perennial Production for Beginning Growers
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Thinking about growing some perennials to sell? Maybe you already have some perennials in production and you need information to improve your production system. We will discuss start-up considerations and production basics. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and network with other new growers. Learn what is working well for other growers, and find out what new plants are out there. This course qualifies for 5 PCH CEUs.

11/4/2015
When: Wednesday, November 4, 2015
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Where: Classroom - Northampton County Human Services Building
2801 Emrick Boulevard
Bethlehem, PA  18020
United States
Contact: Emelie Swackhamer
610-391-9840

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Thinking about growing some perennials to sell?
Maybe you already have some perennials in production and you need information to improve your production system.
Join us for an educational day with a Penn State expert at Perennial Production for Beginning Growers!
We will discuss start-up considerations and production basics.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and network with other new growers.
Learn what is working well for other growers, and find out what new plants are out there.
Special Emphasis
Explore start-up costs, budgets, and pricing potential to help you decide which crops will make money and fit your market niche.
To Be Covered
• Setting up a production facility
• Plug versus seed production
• Choosing potting media
• Irrigation
• Fertility
• Pest management
• Overwintering

For more information or to register, click here: PERENNIAL PRODUCTION FOR BEGINNING GROWERS

This course qualifies for 5 PCH CEUs.

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