Nov 11, 2021
New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference goes online Dec. 13-17

Participants can enjoy the New England Vegetable and Fruit Conference from the comfort of their own living room.

The conference will be online this year, due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic. The program will be a streamlined version of the conference’s usual in-person content, with one morning and one afternoon session per day for one week, Dec. 13-17. Tree fruit, small fruit, and vegetables will all be covered, and pesticide and certified crop advisor credits will be available. Check out the schedule, speaker line up and registration here.

The conference is scheduled to return in-person in 2022.

The $50 registration fee gains you full access to the program and three-months’ access to the recordings.

Session Topics will include: Tillage Reduction Innovations, Climate Adaption Strategies on the Farm, Soil Health, Automation for Small Vegetable Growers, Inspirations from Away, 2 Berry Crop Sessions and 2 Tree Fruit Sessions as well as a session on Vegetable Disease and Pest Updates.




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