Hops Workshop Scheduled for March 28 at UT Martin has been Cancelled​

Picture of hops growing
A key ingredient in beer, hops is a specialty crop that is not widely grown in Tennessee. A new workshop offered by UT Extension will aquaint producers with the challenges and potential rewards offered by the crop. The photo above shows a hops production system in Oregon. Photo by S. Ausmus, USDA-ARS D997-1.​

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Due to low registration numbers, the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture workshop about Growing Hops as a Specialty Crop scheduled for Thursday, March 28, at the UT Martin Champions Club has been cancelled. 

A summer workshop is being planned for a later date in West Tennessee. For complete details on workshop topics and information, contact Hannah Wright with the Agricultural and Natural Resources Economics Department, 865-974-1895, 

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Hannah Wright, UT Extension, Agricultural and Natural Economics Resources Department, 865-974-1895,