An in-depth strawberry substrate workshop will be held February 11–13, 2020 at the Moakley House, Ithaca, NY
Growing strawberries in substrate (soil-less media) can help prevent soil-borne diseases. It can also increase yields, improve quality, and reduce the costs associated with pesticides, fertilizer, and water. In this 3-day workshop, led by Dennis Wilson of Delphy, a worldwide leader in food and flower production based in the Netherlands, we’ll combine classroom and hands-on sessions in Cornell’s greenhouses to learn about the most effective methods for strawberry substrate production.
Breakfast, lunch, and printed handouts included.
The workshop is limited to 35 participants, all of whom will walk away with the skills and knowledge they need to grow strawberries on substrate.
$195 NYSBGA members | $245 nonmembers
This post provided by Esther Kibbe, WNY Berry Specialist, email@example.com