Learn about small fruits through webinar series, schools, and trainings supported by the Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium.
Fumigation and biologically based strategies to manage soilborne pests in vegetables and strawberry The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable In-Service Agent Training was held January 5-6, 2022, in Savannah, Ga. Funded by USDA-NIFA Methyl Bromide Alternatives Program and Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium, the Fumigation Training was organized by Frank Louws, Tika Adhikari, Jayesh Samtani…Posted in: Winter 2022
The Southeastern Strawberry School Webinar Series was held throughout 2021. This series was hosted by the University of Arkansas in collaboration with university specialists from across the southeastern region. This webinar series was sponsored by the Southern Region Small Fruit Consortium and was *free* to county agents, and growers. Webinar Sessions: Part One: Dormancy –…Posted in: Winter 2021
Spring Cultivars: Blueberry Cultivars for the Southeastern U.S. – Bill Cline, NC State University – pptx Site Preparation and Establishment: Blueberry Site Preparation and Establishment – Bill Cline, NC State University – pptx Summer Insect ID, Biology and Management: Insect Identification, Biology, and Management in Southeastern Blueberries – Hannah Burrack, NC State University – pptx…Posted in: Fall 2019
Learn the Basics of Commercial Blackberry Production Horticulture extension specialists at the University of Arkansas, Dr. Amanda McWhirt and Dr. Jackie Lee, conducted a Blackberry School in Arkansas through the early part of 2017. Recordings from these events were used to hold live webinars to train county agents in the fall of 2017. Funding was…Posted in: Fall 2019