- 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.
- Grower Short Course Registration Fee
by 2/20/2018: $200
- Grower Short Course Registration Fee at door:
- 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.
Organic produce sales in the U.S. reached $16 billion last year, and demand is projected to continue.
An additional certification requirement from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is now in place for individuals who plan to apply dicamba in Xtend cropping systems.
Fruit and vegetable growers, or those interested in getting into the business, are invited to a daylong conference Feb. 26 in Verona.
Agriculture was a $7.7 billion industry in Mississippi this year, exceeding the total set in 2017 despite declines in the estimated value of row crops, timber, catfish and livestock.