Don’t Forget the Field Day

Field Days are common events for Extension personnel.  Most go smoothly, some are, well, challenging.  So far this year I have participated in the Muscadine Field Day, Ornamental Field Day (see photos below), the Fall Flower and Garden Fest, and now the upcoming (TOMORROW!) Blueberry Growers Field Day.  If you don’t know about the field day, you can see many more details here in this blog (click on Blueberries on the side bar under Topics).  We are expecting a good crowd for this Field Day, possibly upwards of 200 people.  So, I hope to see you there tomorrow.  Come up and introduce yourself.

Addressing a group of attendees of the Ornamental Field Day in Poplarville (photo courtesy of Dr. Eugene Blythe).

Addressing a group of attendees of the Ornamental Field Day in Poplarville (photo courtesy of Dr. Eugene Blythe).

Describing what a high tunnel is and what it is used for (photo courtesy of Dr. Eugene Blythe).

Describing what a high tunnel is and what it is used for (photo courtesy of Dr. Eugene Blythe).

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