Feb 12, 2020
IFTA 2020

The first two days of the International Fruit Tree Association’s 63rd Annual Conference and Tours, being held in Grand Rapids, Michigan, featured one full day of educational sessions and a second day consisting of tours of the Michigan State University Clarksville Research Center, along with several local orchards on the Fruit Ridge near Sparta. The final day of the conference, titled “Precision Vision 2020,” features educational sessions at the Amway Grand Plaza. Stay tuned for coverage of the post-conference tour at the end of the week. Photos: Gary Pullano, managing editor

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