Controlled Environment Agriculture Center

Research, Instruction & Extension for Producing Crops
With Sustainability, Efficiency & Eco-Friendliness
Friday, November 20, 2015

The Controlled Environment Agriculture Center (CEAC) of the University of Arizona enthusiastically announces the inauguration of a revitalized, exciting, interesting, and educational monthly seminar series.

CEAC seminars will take place on the last Friday of each month, during the academic year. The next seminar will be given on November 20, 2015 at 4:15 pm (*Tucson, AZ time, now Moountain Time) preceded by an informal networking & get acquainted session starting about 4pm. All interested people are cordially invited to attend. Parking is free at the CEA Center located at 1951 E Roger Rd (just east of Campbell Ave) in Tucson AZ.

Seminars will be webcast live, recorded for playback, and posted on CEAC's website. To register for the live webcast, please visit Past lectures can viewed on our website at: Topics will focus on the varying and extensive aspects of controlled environment agriculture including crop production, green house technologies, plant physiology, innovation in urban crop production, novel crops grown in controlled environments, and more. Seminar presentations are geared to interest professional and small scale growers, students at all levels, backyard growers, and community individuals interested in green house plant growing.