Tours at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Pre-registration for a tour is required by Friday, Aug. 16.
To register, contact Theresa Walker at 603-534-3913 or email@example.com.
The Woodman Horticultural Research Farm is one of the two horticultural farms that are part of the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the UNH College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. The primary activities of this approximately 155-acre farm are research, teaching, and outreach on the production of horticultural and ornamental crops. The farm specializes in conducting research on new cultivation methods and varieties of fruits and vegetables. Tour the research farm to learn about current research on new cultivation methods and varieties of fruits and vegetables.
- Investigating Grape Cultivars and Growing Systems
- Using Insectary Plants to Promote Biological Control of Pests
- Creating Wildflower Meadows to Promote Pollinator Health
- Breeding Strawberries Varieties for the Region’s Organic Growers
- Re-domestication of Quinoa from a Weedy Chenopod Relative in Northern New England
- Understanding the Impact of Noise on Cricket Behavior
- Developing New Eggplant Cultivar in High Tunnels
- Growing Figs in New Hampshire
- Using Tarps for Cover Crop-Based No-Till Veggies: Weed, Mulch, and Nutrient Dynamics
- Scavenger hunt for children featuring facts about pollinators