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Lettuce & Greens for Southern Growers
Welcome to Learning Resources for our Lettuce & Specialty Greens Webinar for Southern Growers, a set of materials from the webinar plus additional resources on this topic from Johnny's Research & Trialing team.
OVERVIEW: Growing lettuce and greens in high heat is not easy. Join Johnny's Commercial Sales Representatives for Southern growers as they share solutions for heat-related issues, addressing common problems, diverse production systems, and useful tools and supplies.
The team also provides details on lettuce and specialty greens varieties that are well-adapted and proven performers in high-heat settings.
Get grower insights on successful production from individual farmers growing these crops in Southern regions, as well as findings from a recent University of Georgia lettuce trial.
- Bad Goat Greens (Wetumpka, AL)
- Hearts of Harvest (Athens, GA)
- Heifer Ranch USA (Perryville, AR)
- Rose Creek Farms (Selmer, TN)
Following the presentation, Vegetable Product Techs Daniel Yoder and Rachel Katz join the Southern Territory Reps to take questions and discuss options and practices that can be useful when conditions get torrid or sultry!
The entire presentation runs approximately 1 hour, followed by the Q&A session.