We are proud to present an evening with Dr. Tim Brenneman, University of Georgia Plant Pathologist and a leading scientist on Pecan Truffles!
The pecan truffle, Tuber lyonii is native to the United States and is found in the wild as well as is cultivated for production. Dr. Brenneman will be presenting on a special ZOOM call about all things Pecan Truffle!
March 4th, at 7pm EST/ 4pm PST.
If you truffle hunt (or are curious about it) in the Midwest, North East, South East, or East coast, don’t miss this opportunity to ask Dr. Brenneman questions about Pecan truffles, habitat, and more!
You will be provided a ZOOM link for the webinar after purchase.
About Dr. Brenneman
Dr. Brenneman discovered pecan truffles (Tuber lyonii) in Georgia in the late 1980s. He and his collaborators are working toward developing a method for inoculating pecan trees with the fungus in order to produce truffles consistently. Actively involved in the Pecan Growers Associations in the US, Dr. Brenneman is a leading scientist and researcher on Pecan truffles as well!