Bridging the GAPs: Approaches for Treating Preharvest Agricultural Water On-Farm

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Fruit and vegetable growers are continually assessing their operations to determine where they can limit risk and increase productivity. As a result, many have expressed interest in learning more about how on-farm preharvest water treatment systems work and how they may fit within their current setup. Come for a day-long course with extension specialists and produce regulatory staff in North Carolina to gain exposure to different approaches to treating water on-farm; how to implement these systems to meet the requirements of the Produce Safety Rule; and how to verify that the system is operating as intended.

2020 Training Dates, Locations, and Registration Links:
Feb. 5 – Horticultural Crops Research Station, 2450 Faison Hwy, Clinton, NC 28328
Feb. 18 – Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center, 455 Research Drive, Mills River, NC 28759
March 3 – N.C. Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Piedmont Research Station, 8530 Sherrills Ford Rd, Salisbury, NC 28147
Training is brought to you by a multi-state team from the following Universities.
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Participating Universities offering this training.

Workshops are co-sponsored by:
Golden Leaf
N.C. Cooperative Extension Service