Jan. 31, 2013, Tucson, AZ — Web coverage of some lectures will be part of the Crop Production & Engineering Design Short Course sponsored by the Controlled Environment Agriculture Centre (CEAC) of the University of Arizona.
The conference will be held April 7-12.
Lectures given during the Short Course will also be broadcast over the Internet and can be viewed with the new webcast attendance option. This option allows attendees to watch the lectures both live and later at their convenience.
Participants of the Short Course are presented the most current and innovative strategies used in developing and maintaining successful CEA greenhouse systems.
• Hydroponics will be the prime focus on April 8-9.
• On April 10, the aquaponics section of the Short Course begins.
• A workshop will be held April 11th to connect theory and information with practical hands-on experience for each participant.
• An optional commercial greenhouse visit and tour will be offered April 12.
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