Jan 24, 2020
Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference

Here are some of the sights of the Southeast Regional Fruit & Vegetable Conference, held January 9-12 2020 in Savannah, Georgia.

– Stephen Kloosterman

 

SE Regional
Registration opened January 9.
Lunch at Southeast Regional always is washed down with sweet tea.
Lunch at Southeast Regional always is washed down with sweet tea.

 

education session
A grower listens to Dr. Ash Sial of the University of Georgia give a presentation on organic insect management in small fruit.
An awards breakfast was held January 11.
WIll McGehee, left, and Lee Dickey.
Bill Brim
Bill Brim, center, with Drew Echols and Aries Haygood.
Foster Rhodes
Foster Rhodes, center, with Drew Echols and Aries Haygood.
Brian and Becky Tankersley, center, with Drew Echols and Aries Haygood

Drew Echols, left, and Beth Oleson
Drew Echols, left, and Beth Oleson
Drew Echols, left, and Cain Hickey
Drew Echols, left, and Brandon Wade
Jonathan Mein
Charles Hall, left, and Jonathan Mein of Bayer Seminis
A live auction for charity is conducted each year.

Savannah Convention Center
A freighter moves in front of the Savannah Convention Center.




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