Alabama

August 2 Haygrove, Inc. Owners Conference. Auburn University, Clanton. Visit www.tunnelbuzz.com to learn more.

Florida

July 13-15 10th Annual Southern Peanut Growers Conference. Panama City Beach, Fla. For more information, call 229-386-3470.

July 30-August 1 Farm to Fuel Summit. Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando. Visit www.floridafarmtofuel.com to learn more.

September 2-7 Florida Tomato Committee and Florida Tomato Exchange Joint Conference. Naples. For more information, visit www.floridatomatoes.org/conference.

September 11 Citrus Packinghouse Day. Citrus Research and Education Center, Lake Alfred. Contact Mark Ritenour at 772-468-3922 to learn more.

September 16 Indian River Postharvest Workshop. Indian River Research and Education Center, Ft. Pierce. Contact Mark Ritenour at 772-468-3922 to learn more.

September 21-23 Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association Annual Convention. Naples. Call 321-214-5200 to learn more.

November 5 Florida Ag Expo. UF/IFAS Gulf Coast Research & Education Center, Balm. For questions regarding registration, call Christina Sandoval at 440-602-9178 or visit www.floridagrower.net.

Mississippi

July 24-25 Pecan Producers Tri-State Meeting. Vicksburg. For more information, e-mail pecans@pecanproducers.org.

Missouri

October 18 6th Annual Missouri Chestnut Roast. University of Missouri Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center, New Franklin. Visit www.centerforagroforestry.org for additional information or contact Julie Rhoads at rhoadsj@Missouri.edu.

North Carolina

July 10 Fueling the Farm II: Managing Energy Risks, Reducing Energy Costs and Exploring Alternative Energy Sources. Cherry Research Farm, Goldsboro. Call the Center for Environmental Farming Systems at 919-513-0954 to learn more.

July 11 Biofuels 101: Hands-On Demo of Biofuel Production. Cherry Research Farm, Goldsboro. Call the Center for Environmental Farming Systems at 919-513-0954 to learn more.

July 30 Making Use of Beneficial Insects for Crop Pest Management & Pollination. Cherry Research Farm, Goldsboro. Call the Center for Environmental Farming Systems at 919-513-0954 to learn more.

November 6-8 Southeast Strawberry Expo. Hilton Charlotte University Place, Charlotte. For details, visit www.ncstrawberry.com.

South Carolina

November 2-5 Southern Crop Production Association Annual Meeting. Charleston. Call 229-995-2125 to learn more.

Virginia

September 22-26 United Fresh Produce Associations’ Produce Inspection Training Program. Fredericksburg. For details, contact Beth Berman at 202-303-3405 or visit www.unitedfresh.org.

National/International

July 14-16 9th International Vaccinium Symposium. Corvallis, Ore. Visit http://oregonstate.edu/conferences/vaccinium2008 to learn more.

July 15-18 American Peanut Research and Education Society Meeting. Oklahoma City, Okla. Contact James Starr at 979-845-8278 for more information.

July 20-23 9th International Conference on Precision Agriculture. Denver, Colo. Call 217-762-7955 or visit www.icpaonline.org for details.

July 21-24 National Meeting of the American Society for Horticultural Science. Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Fla. Contact ASHS at 703-836-4606 or visit www.asha.org to learn more.

July 23-25 International Tomato Congress. Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico. Call 888-942-2206 for details.

July 23-26 National Onion Association Summer Convention. Pasco, Wash. Call 970-353-5895 or visit www.onions-usa.org to learn more.

July 25-26 Chestnut Growers of America Annual Meeting. Chico, Calif. Contact Ray Young at 360-887-3669 or visit www.wcga.net to learn more.

July 25-27 Produce Market-ing Association’s Foodservice Conference & Expo. Monterey, Calif. For more information, call 302-738-7100 or visit www.pma.com/foodservice.

July 26-30 Soil and Water Conservation Society 2008 Annual Conference. Tucson, Ariz. Call 515-289-2331 or visit www.swcs.org to learn more.

July 26-August 7 International Fruit Tree Association Study Tour. France. For information, call 509-884-5651.

August 4-8 9th International Symposium on Integrating Canopy, Rootstock and Environmental Physiology in Orchard Systems. Geneva, N.Y. Call 315-787-2288 or visit www.nysaes.cornell.edu/hort/ishs to learn more.

August 10-13 Northern Nut Growers Association 99th Annual Meeting. College Station, Texas. Visit www.icserv.com/nnga/meetintro for details.

August 10-14 Potato Association of America 92nd Annual Meeting and Conference. Buffalo, N.Y. For more information, visit www.hort.cornell.edu/PAA2008.

August 12-13 American Peanut Shellers’ Association Pre-Harvest Meeting. Albany, Ga. Call 229-888-2508 to learn more.

August 20-21 North American Strawberry Growers Association Summer Tour. Ten farms in Ohio. For further information, visit www.nasga.org or call Kevin Schooley at 613-258-4587.

August 21-22 U.S. Apple Outlook and Marketing Conference. Chicago, Ill. For more information, visit www.usapple.org.

September 7-10 19th International Pepper Conference. Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center, Atlantic City, N.J. Questions? Contact Dr. Wesley Kline by phone at 856-451-2800 or visit http://njveg.Rutgers.edu/njpepperconference/.

September 8-12 5th ISHS International Symposium on Brassicas, 17th Crucifer Genetics Workshop. Lillehammer, Norway. For further information or to register, visit www.brassica2008.no.

September 9-12 United Fresh Produce 2008 Washington Public Policy Conference. Washington, D.C. For more information, contact Angela Bezon at 202-303-3416 or visit www.unitedfresh.org.

September 25-28 IV International Chestnut Symposium. Beijing, China. Visit www.chestnut.org.cn to learn more.

September 29-October 3 6th International Conference on Mushroom Biology and Mushroom Products. Bonn, Germany. Visit www.wsmbmp-conference.de to learn more.

October 5-8 GreenhouseXchange. Carefree, Ariz. To register or learn more about how to qualify, contact John Hendel at 952-224-8540 or visit www.greenhouse-xchange.com.

October 20-24 International Workshop on Greenhouse Environmental Control and Crop Production in Semi-Arid Regions. University of Arizona, Tucson. Call 520-626-9566 or visit www.ghworkshoparidregions2008.org for more information.

October 24-27 Produce Marketing Association’s 2008 Fresh Summit International Convention & Expo. Orlando, Fla. For details, visit www.pma.com.

November 2-4 Irrigation Show 2008. Anaheim, Calif. For details, visit www.irrigation.org.

November 9-13 Pack Expo International. McCormick Place, Chicago, Ill. Visit http://pei2008.packexpo.com to learn more.

November 18-19 American Peanut Shellers’ Association 2008 Post-Harvest Meetings. Albany, Ga. For details, contact APSA at 229-888-2508 or info@peanut-shellers.org.

November 30-December 2 2008 International Spinach Conference. San Antonio, Texas. Contact Larry Stein at 830-278-9151 or larrystein@tamu.edu for details.

December 2-4 2008 Agricultural Retailers Association Conference & Expo. Austin, Texas. Call 202-457-0825 or visit www.aradc.org to learn more.

December 3-6 National Onion Association Annual Meeting. Marco Island, Fla. Call 970-353-5895 or visit www.onions-usa.org to learn more.

December 5 Haygrove, Inc. Owners Conference. Lancaster, Pa. Visit www.tunnelbuzz.com to learn more.

December 9-13 American Peanut Council 2008 Winter Conference. Atlanta, Ga. Contact Cindy Stickles at 703-838-9500 for more information.

December 11-13 National Allium Research Conference. Savannah, Ga. Contact George Boyhan, University of Georgia, at 912-681-5639 to learn more.

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