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Managing Crops in Hoop Houses

Date(s):
February 25, 2020
Venue:
Noble Research Institute - Kruse
2510 Sam Noble Parkway
Ardmore, OK 73401 
Website:
https://www.noble.org/events/managing-crops-in-hoop-houses/
Fee(s):
Free Event
Description:
Managing specialty crops in high tunnel hoop houses and managing specialty crops in the field are similar in some aspects but different in many others. Light intensity, light quality, soil and air temperature, humidity, air movement, leaf wetness, and soil salinity are a few of the environmental factors that are significantly altered within a hoop house. This modification in the growing environment is mostly positive in terms of growth enhancement but can be detrimental if not managed correctly. During this course, you will learn how to manage the unique hoop house climate to produce high yielding, high quality crops.
Registration Time:
Feb 25 2020 6:00PM
Target Audience:
Market gardeners who want to manage fruit and vegetable crops in hoop houses
Course Level:
Level 3 Advanced
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Managing Crops In Hoop Houses (1112)
Course Provider: Noble Research Institute
Course Level: Level 3 Advanced
Learning Objectives: How the hoop-house-growing environment influences management of disease, water, insects and soil salinity, as well as plant development and growth , The proper management of hoop house vents for crop pollination, The effects of light intensity, light quality, soil and air temperature, humidity, air movement, leaf wetness, and soil salinity in hoop houses, Techniques for managing hoop house heat

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