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Permalink Integrated Pest and Disease Management

June 5 or 6, 2018
Brookhaven or Verona, Mississippi

The Alliance for Sustainable Farms, with support from Southern SARE PDP and in collaboration with Mississippi NRCS, Mississippi State University Extension Service, and Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Experiment Station, will offer two free training sessions focused on "Integrated Pest and Disease Control; and Appropriate Technologies." These events are designed for AG professionals, educators, service providers, and farmer group leaders who support farmers who are practicing or interested in these topics/issues. Farmers who serve as trainers or mentors to other farmers are also eligible to attend. To register, send email to or call 601-988-4999.

In: Southern SARE Region


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