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Precision Planting & 360 Yield Center

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Precision Planting & 360 Yield Center

Time: February 9, 2018 from 8am to 12pm
Location: Galaxy Cinema
City/Town: Chatham, ON Canada
Website or Map: https://www.ontariosoilcrop.o…
Event Type: general, interest
Organized By: Devolder Farms
Latest Activity: Jan 3

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Devolder Farms presents Precision Planting & 360 Yield Center at the Galaxy Cinema, Chatham. 8:30 to noon with lunch. Speakers: Stephanie Smith, 360 Yield Center Regional Agronomist, Jason Webster, Precision Planting Agronomist. RSVP by Feb 5. info@devolderfarms.com

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