The 2014 Realities of Growing Plants Indoors Short Course will be held July 20-23 at the Westward Look Resort in Tucson, Arizona. The course features two full days of lectures (July 21 and 22) on the most current and innovative strategies used in successfully growing plants indoors (growth rooms and greenhouses). Day two will conclude with lectures focused on the financial side of growing by exploring production costs and what to do with crops postharvest in order to have a successful business model.
The last day of the course will feature a bus ride to the nearby University of Arizona Controlled Environment Agriculture Center for tours of four indoor plant production facilities and the Investor & Business Forum. Attendees will experience working controlled environments producing real crops and gain enhanced application of information presented with examples of many topics from the classroom lectures. See the complete course schedule at https://cals.arizona.edu/ceac/sites/cals.arizona.edu.ceac/files/Indoor%20Growing%20Schedule_1.pdf
If you are interested in attending the 2014 Realities of Growing Plants Indoors Short Course, more information can be found at https://cals.arizona.edu/ceac/realities-growing-plants-indoors
, or you can contact Aaron Tevik by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone at 520-626-9566.