LMHIA short course to cover a number of greenhouse topics
January 20, 2020 By Greenhouse Canada
Greenhouse growers in BC will not want to miss the 62nd annual Horticulture Growers Short Course the year.
Running from January 30 to February 1, 2020, the short course features a number of greenhouse-specific topics on the first two days, including the biology of the tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV), greenhouse biosecurity, common mistakes made in biocontrol, insect netting, blackout screens and the role of artificial intelligence.
There will also be an all-day cannabis-specific program on Friday January 31. Called ‘Cannatech West,’ speakers will address major pests in cannabis, botrytis management, HVAC and energy considerations, growing media and flower processing.
The short course is organized by the Lower Mainland Horticulture Improvement Association (LMHIA) and runs during the Pacific Agriculture show at the Tradex in Abbotsford, BC.
The registration fee for the short course is $130, which also includes admission to the Pacific Agriculture Show, annual membership in the LMHIA, and more.
Visit agricultureshow.net to register.
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