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WEBINAR: Crop Pollination in Hydroponic Systems

When: Oct 4, 2023 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Crop Pollination in Hydroonic Systems

  • Hydroponic production systems can be used to produce high value specialty crops year round. However, many of these crops would typically require bee pollination in open-field situations. This webinar will cover the basics of greenhouse crop pollination, including how best to manage environmental conditions and purchase/place bee hives for optimal success.
  • This webinar is one of a four-part series of hydroponics webinars, hosted each Wednesday, from noon-1pm: October 4, 11, 18, and 25.
  • This webinar is free, but requires advance registration. The webinar will be recorded, and made available after the event, to all who have registered.
  • Gail Langellotto is Professor of Horticulture at Oregon State University (OSU), where she coordinates the Urban Agriculture Certificate Program. An entomologist by training, she studies pollinators in urban systems. She is a collaborator on the OSU hydroponics team and a joint University of Oregon, Washington State University, and OSU building integrated agriculture project.

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OSU Events Calendar Link: https://events.oregonstate.edu/event/crop_pollination_in_hydroponic_systems