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AgroSpray Research Farm Field Day

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AgroSpray Research Farm Field Day

Time: August 23, 2017 from 9am to 3pm
Location: Oxford County, Ont.
Street: 815519 County Road 22
City/Town: Innerkip
Website or Map: http://www.agroresearchfarm.c…
Phone: 5195332405
Event Type: field day
Organized By: John Gal
Latest Activity: Aug 8, 2017

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AgroSpray Research Farm focuses on combining environmentally responsible nutrient application and modern technology to maximize agricultural yields. Our research centers on field crops but, this year, we began horticulture trials.

We have over 100 acres of field-sized research trials and are located in Oxford County, Ontario. 

Our 2017 Field Day is on Wednesday, August 23. We invite you to join us for a morning or afternoon tour. Our guest speaker is Greg Stewart, Maizex Agronomy Lead & former OMAFRA corn specialist.

Please RSVP here or call 1-800-640-2476 by Friday, August 18 to reserve your spot for the catered lunch.

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