Author Posts: Monte Nesbitt

2015 Texas High Tunnel Program Agenda

College Station Hilton & Conference Center, Oct. 7th, 2015, Morning Session: 8:00 – Registration 8:30 – Growing Fruits and Vegetables from the Farm to Table, Bob & Cora Lamar, Oak Hill Farms, Poteet 9:00 – Rootstock Selection and High Tunnel Production with Grafted Tomatoes, Dr. Cary Rivard, Fruit & Vegetable Specialist, Kansas State University 10:00 – Break … […]

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2015 Texas Fruit Conference Program Schedule

Presentation times could change, but content should include the following: Monday Afternoon October 5th, 2015 College Station Hilton & Conference Center 12:00-1:00 pm On-Site Registration 1:00-4:30 Opening Session 1:00   The Fruit Orchard Foundation: Site-Soil-Water Dr. George Ray McEachern, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas 1:30   Open Center Peach Tree Training & Pruning Mr. … […]

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4th Annual Texas Fruit Conference Oct. 5th & 6th, 2015

Make plans to attend the 4th annual Texas Fruit Conference, October 5th & 6th, College Station Hilton & Conference Center, College Station, Texas What is it? The Texas Fruit Conference is an educational program by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, aimed at bringing together commercial and recreational fruit growers from around the state to hear and … […]

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Texas High Tunnel Conference, October 8

The Texas High Tunnel Conference (October 8th ) and the Texas Fruit Conference (October 6th & 7th) will both be held this year at the Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center in College Station.  The Hilton Garden Inn location allows us to continue to grow the number exhibitors and attendees.  Thanks to all those who supported the … […]

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2014 Texas Fruit Conference Program, October 6-7

Make plans to attend the 3rd annual Texas Fruit Conference, October 6th & 7th, Hilton Garden Inn, College Station, Texas What is it? The Texas Fruit Conference is an educational program by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, aimed at bringing together commercial and recreational fruit growers from around the state to hear and discuss the challenges … […]

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Fruit Grafting Masters

The Womack Family in DeLeon, Texas, is an incredible resource for commercial and casual fruit growers in Texas.  Womack Nursery was started in 1937 by James H. Womack. Larry J. Womack took over in 1964 and still grafts fruit and pecan trees today! His son, Larry Don Womack, currently leads the business which supplies fruit … […]

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