Tuesday, February 24, 2015

You Are Invited _ FPA 2015 Growers Meeting

Mark your calendar - Reserve your seat - Join your friends 

2015 FPA Growers Meeting

is happening this week!      Saturday, February 28th.   9:30 - 2:30


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The Pomegranate Block Grant Research Team hosts the morning session.

Our collection of masters-at-work have been busy since we all met last October.

A lot has been growing and they have some exciting information to share with us. 

You do not want to miss their valuable research news!  


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Are You Interested in growing pomegranate as a commercial opportunity?

Great, Bring your notes, prepare to ask questions.

Personally chat with some of Florida's leading pomegranate growers.

Plan to learn the details of our collective knowledge during the afternoon session.


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Topics to Include:

Nutrition for your Orchard

Fungus, Disease and Pest of the Pomegranate

Irrigation - Installation Designs and Delivery Methods 

Pomegranate Variety Selections


For anyone who has pomegranate trees already planted, please bring your crop management information to share with others. 


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Arrive early for your best selection if you are interested in purchasing Pomegranate trees at the meeting. Also for your convenience Nursery owners will be there to help you place your tree order for spring & fall planting.


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One lucky attendee will go home with a 5 gallon container of OMRI Fish/Seaweed Fertilizer from Neptune's Harvest. Two lucky attendees will go home with 2 single gallons of Quantum Growth microbial products and more will be given away as door prizes at this year's Pomegranate Growers Meeting. 



Be sure to Pre-Register Today!  See you there.   


For Quick & Easy Registration

Go Online:  www.2015FPAGrowersMeeting.eventbrite.com

Please Review Attachments: 

"2015 FPA Growers Meeting flyer.pdf"

"2015 Growers Questionnaire"


FPA Growers Meeting

Saturday February 28, 2015

Straughn Center, Gainesville, FL

Pre registration recommended.

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