What you can learn at microbial technology conference

23-06-2022    09:30   |    Greenhouse Grower

On July 20, the day after Cultivate’22 ends, the Ohio Controlled Environment Agriculture Center’s (OHCEAC) first annual CEA conference will be accessible in person at the Kunz-Brundige Franklin County Extension Building in Columbus, OH, and online via Zoom.

The hybrid conference will provide attendees with a learning opportunity about beneficial microbes (fungi and bacteria) used to stimulate plant growth, enhance product quality, and control pests and diseases under controlled-environment conditions.

In the video below, Michelle Jones, Professor and Extension Specialist, The Ohio State University, and Christopher Taylor, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University, offer a closer look at what attendees can expect to learn about microbial technologies. Learn more here.

Source: Greenhouse Grower


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