October 22, 2019 | Source: USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and Oregon Tilth | Format: Webinar

Dry Farming Organic Vegetables

Watch this webinar to learn about techniques employed to produce organic vegetables with little or no irrigation.

Producers are facing increased challenges from weather variability and often reduced water availability during growing seasons. Watch this webinar to understand drought mitigation tools and strategies for growing crops with little or no irrigation. You will learn about a new publication from Oregon State University: “Intro to Dry Farming Organic Vegetables” that discusses a range of techniques including planting timing, moisture conservation, and variety selection.

This webinar was presented in partnership with the USDA NRCS Science and Technology.

Speaker:

Amy Garrett, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University Small Farms Program

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