As Arkansas continue to fight the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, experts at the University of Arkansas’ Department of Agriculture are working to make sure at least one thing remains.
On August 19, Agricultural Extension Veterinarians will present the 2021 Arkansas Hops Webinar, which will be released from the Fruit Research Center in Clarkville, Arkansas. The website will start at 7 pm, CDT.
Webinar covers the quality analysis of hop cones necessary for breweries to develop their traditional practices and pest management techniques, as well as their recipes and more. Webinar also features an on-site hop dryer and vacuum packing tour and an interview with Megan Willie, director of Central Arkansas, Arkansas Beer, for rock and roll. Group.
Amanda McWert, an extensionist for the Department of Agriculture, said the website provides useful information for breeders and breeders.
“We are thrilled to share some of the best advice on growing hop in Arkansas.” Together, we encourage pilots and potential producers to join us online and come back with Arkansas beer to learn more about hop growing in Arkansas.
Webinar is free to join. Anyone interested in participating can register at bit.ly/hopswebinar.
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