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Record Keeping 101 for Beginning Farmers
Record Keeping 101 for Beginning Farmers. We talked to the beginning farmers in attendance about what records to keep, methods of keeping those records and why keeping them is important. Discussion included production and ...
Spring to Green Gardening for the Southside
Public workshop to provide up to date research based information on horticulture topics for Virginia and North Carolina residents.
Pesticide Safety Update and Review
I prepared and presented a presentation on basic pesticide safety to a group of approximately 35 farmers at the Chesterfield/Prince George private pesticide applicator recertification. This presentation covered PPE, glove ...
Smyth Washington DHIA Awards Presentations
Compiled data from 2016 and established winners in categories set by the DHIA Board
Farm Management: Making the Tough Call
Key points to being a decision maker of the modern farm
Extension Master Gardener Monthly Training Meets
(Aug. 25, 2)
Meetings are held on a monthly basis or as needed. The meetings include updates regarding on-going projects by team members engaged in the activities. Future project ideas are also discussed and debated. A reminder of ...
Battlefield Farms Inc. Fall Training and Pesticide Recertification
I assisted with obtaining Private Applicator Category 91 Pesticide Recertification Credit for this meeting, along with giving a presentation and handout about legal updates.
Procrastinators Commercial Pesticide Applicators Recertification
Round Robin Presentation: Powdery Mildew vs. Downy Mildew
Genetically Modified Organisms: Washington County VA Teacher In-Service
Training for K-12 teachers on the realities of modern agriculture.
Food for Thought at James Madison Middle: Fall Semester 2016
Taught middle school students about nutritional effects of seeds in their daily diet, including protein, fat, and fiber. Along with Master Food Volunteers, conducted hands-on knife skills and cooking with sixth, seventh, ...