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WorldVeg Training Courses

BRING YOUR SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL!

Why train with WorldVeg?

We’re a recognized global leader in all aspects of vegetable production.

When you train with WorldVeg, you’ll benefit from the expert knowledge of our researchers and professional staff.

Training delivery options

Your needs are unique! WorldVeg offers a range of training options to suit you.

From one-day workshops to two-week-long courses, there’s a perfect solution to find the knowledge and skills you seek.

UPCOMING TRAINING COURSES

Course No.
Start date
End date
Location
Title
Max number of participants
Registration fee
12019.03.042019.03.08Shanhua, Tainan, TaiwanEighth International Conference on Management of the Diamondback Moth and Other Crucifer Insect Pests
https://avrdc.org/eighth-international-conference-on-management-of-the-diamondback-moth-and-other-crucifer-insect-pests/
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A92be5248-68f0-48af-9603-51aa3c482f4a
100-150US$750-individual;
US$500-student;
US$400-accompany person (not entitled to receive conference material)
Contact: Dr. Srinivasan Ramasamy and Dr. Paola Sotelo-Cardona

Registration: 1 October 2018-31 January 2019
22019.03.112019.03.12Arusha, TanzaniaAfrica Vegetable Breeding Consortium Inaugural Workshop
https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3Aec20cf34-30fb-402f-b3fb-8024908a30c7
30-50Open to AVBC member only
Contact: avbc@worldveg.org
32019.05.062019.05.09Taichung, TaiwanVI International Symposium on Tomato Diseases
VI International Symposium on Tomato Diseases
200Fees vary; check website for detailsContactearly bird registration: 1 July 2018-31 Jan 2019
42019.05.152019.05.16Shanhua, Tainan, TaiwanAPSA-WorldVeg Vegetable Breeding Consortium Workshop 201950-100US$600Open to APSA-WorldVeg Consortium members only
52019.07.142019.07.18Charlotte, NC, USAISHS-2nd International Vegetable Grafting Symposium200-250Organizer: University of Florida;
supported by United States Department of Agriculture SCRI No.  2016-51181-25404
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