Free Upcoming Farm Webinars
Locally Adapted Fruit Producton & Quinoa Conference
*Bud and Graft Fruit Trees for Organic Production
Date: August 29, 2013; Time: 11 a.m. Central Daylight Time
“Regionally and locally adapted fruit crops aren’t just a treat for the palate. Developing them can fill a number of needs – from providing a boon to organic fruit growers to helping detail-oriented farmers and nurserymen make a decent on-farm income. Horticulture Specialist Guy Ames will present a webinar addressing what it takes to develop fruit that’s adapted locally and regionally – and he’ll get hands-on with a discussion of grafting, budding, cuttings, and other forms of asexual fruit propagation.”
To Register: Go online at https://attra.ncat.org/grafting_fruit
*Live Broadcast from Organic Quinoa Conference
Date: August 12-14, 2013; Time: Exact start and end times subject to change
“Join eOrganic for a live broadcast from the 2013 International Quinoa Research Symposium in Pullman, Washington on August 12-14, 2013. eOrganic will be on site at the symposium to bring you selected presentations from the program live as they happen. Since this is a live event, exact start and end times, and the schedule of presentations may be subject to change. Advanced registration is required to attend the live broadcast. Attendees will be able to see the slides and hear the presenters. Questions from the online audience will be possible via instant messaging.
Register for the live broadcast and find out more information about the presentations at http://www.extension.org/pages/68467
Beginningfarmers.org has compiled many resources related to production of various crops. Please visit our production page here: http://www.beginningfarmers.org/production-resources/.