The Georgia Organics Conference will be March 11 and 12 in Savannah, Ga., and will include workshops as well as farm and food tours.
University of Georgia entomologists, forage experts, horticulturists, small business experts and engineers will conduct in-depth educational sessions on insect control, weed management, distribution logistics, crop rotation, livestock nutrition, soil fertility, equipment, licensing, taxes and more. The trade show will have 70 exhibitors.
All meals are included with conference registration. For more information, visit www.georgiaorganics.org/conference.
(April R. Sorrow is a science writer with the University of Georgia Public Affairs Office.)