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Registration

Registration:

  • Early Bird registration is open until FEB 20!
    Or, you may register at the door on March 6. See you at the Short Course!
  • Online registration
  • U.S. Mail: Letter and Registration Form (download the PDF)
  • If you prefer to mail in the registration form, print this form and mail it in with a check.

Fees:

  • Grower Short Course Registration Fee
    by 2/20/2018: $200
     
  • Grower Short Course Registration Fee at door:
    $225
     
  • Exhibitor Advance Registration Fee:
    $375 by 2/20/2018

At the door, payment must be made by check, money order, or cash. Credit cards are not accepted at the door.

The registration fee includes coffee, refreshments, lunch both days, all Extension publications, and some very special promotional items. All those who preregister will also receive the latest edition of the one-of-a-kind Greenhouse Tomato Short Course cap.

Tax Deduction for Education Expense

The United States of America Treasury Regulation 1.162.5 may permit you to take an income tax deduction for education expenses (registration fees and cost of travel, meals, and lodging) undertaken to: “(1) maintain or improve skills required in one’s employment or other trade or business, or (2) meet express requirements of an employer on a law imposed as a condition to retention of employment, job status, or rate of compensation.” Save your receipts and call the IRS or check with your tax adviser for more information.

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News

The first photo shows ground that has been disked in the middle of dormant grasses. The second photo shows the same location with green plants growing beside grasses that are not as lush.
Filed Under: Soils, Wildlife October 19, 2018

Thinning timber, prescribed fire and planting wildlife food plots are the most common tools in wildlife management, but there is another, often overlooked practice: using light disking to disturb the soil.

Two large, orange pumpkins grow on the vine in the foreground, with others visible in the background.
Filed Under: Crops, Pumpkins October 19, 2018

Summer weather allowed Mississippi pumpkin growers to have a good harvest, but there still are not enough pumpkins grown in the state to meet fall demand for this colorful crop.

A covered trailer in a field with six workers sorting sweet potatoes into large, wooden crates along the trailer’s edges.
Filed Under: Sweet Potatoes October 12, 2018

Mississippi sweet potato fields that missed needed rains in June and July are experiencing favorable harvest conditions in October.

Jamie Earp, president of the Mississippi Sweet Potato Council, said yields are “fair, at best” at the halfway point in the 2018 harvest season.

Cotton with sprouting plants lies on muddy ground.
Filed Under: Agriculture, Crops, Corn, Cotton, Grains, Soybeans October 5, 2018

Most of Mississippi’s corn and rice crops had been harvested when prolonged, late-September rains soaked much of the state, but the wet weather could not have come at a worse time for soybeans and cotton.

Filed Under: Crops, Farm Safety, Forages, Livestock September 28, 2018

As farmers head out to their fields, locating underground utility lines may not be at the top of their safety checklists.

But this knowledge should be a top priority, said Leslie Woolington, a risk management specialist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service and the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.

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