WNC Virtual Winter Vegetable Conference – February 24 & 25, 2021

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The tradition of the Winter Vegetable Conference and the North Carolina Tomato Growers Association Annual Meeting will continue as a virtual event in 2021, but we promise to bring you the same region relevant, high-quality information that you are accustomed to. This is the conference that is usually held at the Crowne Plaza Resort in Asheville, and we hope to be back there in 2022. But this year, join us via Zoom for presentations on tomato breeding; insect, disease, and weed control; fumigation; new vegetable varieties; new crops; food safety; and more.

More information and registration is available at the event’s Eventbrite page.

There are opportunities for vendors and sponsors. Earn pesticide credits. Support our scholarship fund.

The Winter Vegetable Conference is hosted by the North Carolina Tomato Growers Association and the educational programming is organized by NC State Extension personnel.