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Hydroponics Workshop Featuring the Research of Dr. Lynette Morgan – June 6, 2012

Technology Center 1** The following dates are now available for registration: August 22, 2012, October 3, 2012 and November 14, 2012. For more information visit our website.**

Due to the success of our first hydroponics workshop, we will be holding our next day-long hydroponics workshop on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at our state-of-the-art Technology Center. Featuring the research of Dr. Lynette Morgan, this event will include a presentation and workbook created by the award-winning doctor herself.

The activities of the day will be hosted by our greenhouse manager, Sam Shroyer, and attendees will partake in Dr. Morgan’s presentation narrated by Sam, a tour and hands-on demonstrations in our hydroponic greenhouses, a demonstration by Hanna Instruments and more.

Attendees will leave with a wealth of knowledge about running their own hydroponic production from the first-hand experiences of Dr. Morgan. As a partner at SUNTEC International Hydroponics Consultants, she provides technical advice to hydroponic growers across the world. She has also written an extensive line of hydroponic guides, which will be available for purchase.

Presentation Topics Include:Technology Center 2

  • Introduction to hydroponics
  • Proper hydroponic plant environment
  • NFT and salad crops
  • Vine crops
  • Production factors

Location:Technology Center 3
FarmTek
1440 SW 18th Ave.
Dyersville, IA 52040

Cost: $100.00 fee includes lunch (featuring our own produce!) and workbook

**Upon completion of the workshop, all attendees will receive a $150 gift certificate to FarmTek!

Registration: Call Cathy Eiben at 800.327.6835 x 795. She will send you a registration form to complete, as well as lodging information, including a special discount for our local Comfort Inn. Final day to register is May 30, 2012.

Hurry—registration is limited to the first 60 people! We hope to see you on the 6th.

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  1. This has me interested as a way to increase the livestock/acre ratio on a small farm my wife and I hope to purchase.

    July 15, 2012

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