The complete AgResearch field day/special events schedule is as follows:

Field Days

Fruits of the Backyard – June 17, Middle Tennessee AgResearch Center (Spring Hill)

Tobacco, Beef and More – June 26, Highland Rim AgResearch Center (Springfield)

Summer Celebration – July 10, West Tennessee AgResearch Center (Jackson)

Tobacco and Forage Production – July 17, Greeneville AgResearch Center

Milan No-Till – July 24, Milan AgResearch Center

Steak and Potatoes – Aug. 5, Plateau AgResearch Center (Crossville)
Cotton Tour – September 3, West Tennessee AgResearch Center (Jackson)

Turf and Ornamental – Sept. 11, East Tennessee AgResearch Center – Plant Sciences Unit (Knoxville)

Pumpkin – Sept. 25, West Tennessee AgResearch Center (Jackson)

Northeast Tennessee Beef Expo – Oct. 9, Greeneville AgResearch Center

Woods and Wildlife – Oct. 15, Forest Resources AgResearch Center – Oak Ridge Forest (Oak Ridge)

Organic Crops Field Tour – Oct. 23, East Tennessee AgResearch Center – Organic Crops Unit (Knoxville)

Special Events

Blooms Days – May 10-11, UT Gardens, Knoxville

Summer Color – June 24, UT Gardens, Knoxville

Fall Gardeners’ Festival – Aug. 26, Plateau AgResearch Center (Crossville)

Heritage Festival – Oct. 11, Ames Plantation AgResearch Center (Grand Junction)

Fall Folklore Jamboree – Oct. 18, Milan AgResearch Center

All field days and special events are open to the public, and most are free.

More detailed information about each event will be available closer to the scheduled time. Check the website http://ag.tennessee.edu to learn more.

You can also visit each individual AgResearch and Education Center’s homepage or call their main offices for details. Center addresses and phone numbers can be found online at this URL: http://taes.tennessee.edu/centers/.