UGA’s Pecan School in Session March 4

Pecan producers in Georgia can take advantage of a popular extension course covering the basics of growing, nurturing, and harvesting America’s Nut on March 4.

Three researchers from the University of Georgia will lead the bi-annual UGA Pecan School beginning 8 a.m. at the university’s Tifton campus.  Previously known as Pecan “Scout” School, the event connects members of the public with some of the nation’s top agricultural researchers to discuss pecan cultivars, fertilization, and the management of insects and disease.

UGA Pecan School is free; registration is on site the day of the event. For more information or directions, visit the UGA Pecan Extension Blog or the website for the Tifton campus.

Update (March 27, 2015):

UGA Pecan School was featured on the Georgia Farm Monitor. The program focused on educating growers and preparing them for the upcoming growing season.