Greenhouse Nutrient Management

Michael's Greenhouse

Have your registered yet for the Practical Applications in Greenhouse Nutrient Management Program that will be held on  Tuesday, Sept 27 at the CT Ag Experiment Station in New Haven ? 

                Don’t miss this opportunity to: 

  • Update your ever needed skills on nutrient management
  • Obtain 4.75 pesticide recertification credits 
  • Learn from leading experts in the field and meet with your industry colleagues

                Early registration deadline is Sept 20th. Register one of three ways: 

Email: Leanne Pundt, at or Mail in registration form below or call 860-626-6855. I just need to know how many lunches to order!

See program below: and attached.  

Practical Applications in Greenhouse Nutrient Management

September 27, 2016

Jones Auditorium, the Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station,

123 Huntington Street,

New Haven CT 

 9:30 – 10:00 Registration, Coffee Available

 10:00 – 10:30 USDA Crop Insurance options to manage farm risk, Joseph Bonelli, Associate Extension Educator, UConn Extension 

 10:30 – 10:45 Break

 10:45 – 11:45 How to Maintain, Calibrate and Clean your Fertilizer and Chemigation Injector, Lela Kelly, Dosatron International Lela will take you through why maintenance and calibration are so important, and show you how easy it can be.

 11:45-12:30 Lunch provided

 12:30- 1:45 Water and media testing, Rosa Raudales, Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut and Ryan Dickson, University of New Hampshire Rosa and Ryan will discuss the principles of in-house testing and demonstrate how to do it correctly.

 1:45- 2:00 Break

 2:00- 3:00 Selecting fertilizers: Step by Step, Rosa Raudales, Assistant Professor, University of ConnecticutPractical case studies on how to choose the right fertilizer and the right dose for your crops.

 3:00 – 4:00 pm Managing nutrient levels for container crops.  Ryan Dickson, University of New HampshireTrouble shooting up’s and down’s of pH and nutrient levels.

  * 4.75 Pesticide Recertification Credits have been approved in categories PA, 3A for attendees from CT, RI, MA, ME, NH and VT 


Directions:   123 Huntington Street, New Haven, CT  06504-2016 

From I-95:   North or South: Exit onto I-91 north in New Haven. Take Exit 6 (left exit) to Willow Street. From I-91:North or South: Take Exit 6 in New Haven to Willow Street.  Turn right onto Willow Street and proceed to the end. Turn right onto Whitney Avenue. Take the third left off Whitney Avenue (Huntington Street) and proceed up the hill. The Experiment Station is on the right just past the first cross street.

View program and form online at: 

Registration deadline: postmarked on or before Sept 20, 2016


All names ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­__________________________________________________________________________

Firm _______________________________________________________________________________

Address ______________________________________________________________________________

Town ________________________________________________________________________________

Phone _________________ Email: ___________________________________________________

Required                                           (Required for confirmation of registration)


Total Number Attending _____ x $25.00 per person ____ (by check only)  

Registration includes:  handouts, refreshments, lunch.  Make check payable to University of Connecticut.   Return this form and check to:  Leanne Pundt, University of Connecticut, Litchfield County Extension Center, 843 University Drive, Torrington, CT 06790-2635.

 For more information, contact: 

Leanne Pundt, UConn Extension, 860-626-6855,

Rosa Raudales, UConn, 860-486-6043,

This Program is a cooperative effort of UConn Extension, the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, CAES and the Risk Management Agency/USDA

An Equal Opportunity Employer and Program Provider. If requested by a program participant at least two weeks in advance, every effort will be made to provide special accommodations.