Best Management Practices for High Tunnel Nutrition and Soil Health

  • Wednesday, September 13, 2017, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Soil tests, foliar tests, foliar feeds, fertigation, managing for yield, long term soil health in a high tunnel isn't a simple process. It can have a lot of components and require a fair amount of analysis. Leon Vehaba is a long-time grower and will share some of his tips, tricks and lessons learned.

Location:  Poughkeepsie Farm Project, 51 Vassar Farm Lane, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603

All details and registration at https://enych.cce.cornell.edu/event.php?id=773.

Cornell Cooperative Extension, partnering with NOFA-NY in a New York Farm Viability Institute funded project, have been working to identify long-term soil health and fertility best management practices. We will share what has been learned at the Poughkeepsie Farm Project and at other farms across the state in a conversation focused on development of best management practices.

This event is produced by NOFA-NY with support from the New York Farm Viability Institute.
This is one of the 2017 On-Farm Field Days hosted by NOFA-NY. 

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged for all field days, if you will be paying with a credit card. If paying with cash or check, you will register on-site. There is no need to pre-register online if paying with cash or check, just show up!

All details and registration at https://enych.cce.cornell.edu/event.php?id=773.  Enter your information to see details on each Field Day, and register for those you are interested in! All costs will be $15/individual, $25 for two or more people from same farm, unless otherwise noted.