A Society of NJ Fruit Growers

The New Jersey State Horticultural Society (NJSHS) is a group of fruit and vegetable farmers who come together to collaborate to improve production in the state of New Jersey. Our organization seeks to foster scientific research in our industry and improve the distribution of pertinent information to growers to further their success in growing.

NJSHS Highlights:

The 2021 Mid-Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable Convention is going virtual the week of February 8, 2021!

The 2021 Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention will be held virtually during the week of February 8, 2021. Normally over 2,400 fruit, vegetable, and berry growers and other industry personnel from throughout the mid-Atlantic region and beyond gather at the Hershey Lodge each year for what has become one of the premier grower meetings on the East Coast. Since a normal in-person meeting will not be feasible this year due to the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, the Convention Joint Committee has voted to move to a virtual format for the first time. Plans are being made to offer exceptional educational sessions on a full-range of topics in tree fruit, vegetable, small fruit, and potato production plus retail and wholesale marketing. A special session will also be presented in Spanish for Spanish-speaking industry members. The virtual event will also feature a trade show component allowing participants to "visit" with exhibitors. LEARN MORE

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