UT announces 2020 field days

Jan 20, 2020


A total of 17 field days will take place at University of Tennessee AgResearch and Education Centers across the state, providing visitors a chance to see agricultural research in action, speak with university experts, and network with industry professionals.

This year marks the return of the biennial Milan No-Till Field Day, which is always held on the fourth Thursday of July in even-numbered years at the UT AgResearch and Education Center at Milan.

More information about each field day will be posted closer to the scheduled time at the UT Institute of Agriculture “News and Announcements” site. For each center’s address and phone number, visit agresearch.tennessee.edu.

Here is the complete schedule:

• June 9 – Fruits of the Backyard, Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Spring Hill)
• June 16– Green Industry Day, UT Gardens (Knoxville)
• June 25– Tobacco, Beef and More, Highland Rim AgResearch and Education Center (Springfield)
• July 9 – Summer Celebration, West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Jackson)
• July 23– Milan No-Till, AgResearch and Education Center (Milan)
• Aug. 1– UT Arboretum Butterfly Festival, Forest Resources AgResearch and Education Center (Oak Ridge)
• Aug. 4 – Steak and Potatoes, Plateau AgResearch and Education Center (Crossville)
• Aug. 25 – Fall Gardeners’ Festival, Plateau AgResearch and Education Center (Crossville)
• Aug. 27 – Turf and Ornamental, East Tennessee Center (Knoxville)
• Sept. 2 – Cotton Tour, West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Jackson)
• Sept. 10 – Horse Management, Brehm Animal Science Arena (Knoxville)
• Sept. 15 – Horse Management, Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Spring Hill)
• Sept. 17 – Horse Management, West Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Jackson)
• Oct. 1– Organic Crops Field Tour, East Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Knoxville)
• Oct. 8 – Northeast Tennessee Beef Expo, AgResearch and Education Center (Greeneville)
• Oct. 15 – Woods and Wildlife Forest Resources, AgResearch and Education Center (Oak Ridge)
• Oct. 22 – Beef Heifer Development School, Middle Tennessee AgResearch and Education Center (Lewisburg)
 

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