The 2023 Florida Ag Expo is coming up, slated for November 9th; see the details of this important Florida Ag event!

The 2023 Florida Ag Expo will continue the tradition of providing “specialty crop growers with the opportunity to gather and network with their peers while learning about the latest research on fruit and vegetable production,” this November 9th, according to the Ag Expo website. See the details of the event below.

Details of the 2023 Florida Ag Expo

The following details are from the 2023 Florida Ag Expo website:

When: Thursday, November 9, 2023, from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Where: The Gulf Coast Research and Education Center
14625 Co Rd 672, Wimauma, FL 33598

What: The event includes general sessions on developments, policy, and more; a trade exhibit, networking events like beer tasting and cornhole; and seminars led by UF/IFAS experts for attendees and a trade exhibit.

Find the complete seminar schedule here. Highlights from the scheduled seminars include:

  • Vegetative Disease Management.
  • Why You Should Grow Cover Crops.
  • Techniques to Improve Herbicide Efficacy.
  • Alternative Crop Research.
  • Targeted Pest Management Systems for vegetable crops.
  • Unleashing the Power of AI for Precision Crop Management.
  • Field Tours on Weed Management Targeted Spray Technologies, Alternative Crops- Artichokes and Hops, Fall Vegetable Disease Trials, etc.
  • Much more!

How to Attend: The last day to preregister for the Florida Ag Expo is Nov. 3 before 11:59 a.m. Register here:

According to the website, “Growers, professional crop advisers, association representatives, board members and the research community receive free attendance and complimentary breakfast and lunch at Florida Ag Expo.”

Griffin Fertilizer is committed to helping both growers and ranchers make sound agronomic and economic decisions in order to maximize the health of their grove and pasture. As a full-service custom dry & liquid fertilizer blender and crop protection product distributor, we will continue our mission to further advance Florida agriculture. For questions -or concerns about your farm or pasture, contact us and one of our team will be in touch.