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Crop Management in a Dry Year – What Did We Learn from the Summer of 2016?

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Crop Management in a Dry Year – What Did We Learn from the Summer of 2016?

Time: March 9, 2017 from 1pm to 4:30pm
Location: Grey Ag Services Boardroom
Street: 206 Toronto St S
City/Town: Markdale
Website or Map: http://www.greyagservices.ca/…
Phone: 519 986-3756
Event Type: course
Organized By: Grey County Agricultural Services Centre
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2017

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The 2016 cropping year was a challenging one!  We were faced with the challenges of record flooding in the spring, and then near record drought and high temperatures over the course of the summer.  Will weather extremes be the new normal?  If so, we need to equip ourselves with new cropping techniques..  Let’s pick the brains of 3 agronomists - Andy van Niekerk, Deb Campbell, and Blair Scott. They will present their key findings, followed by a detailed Q and A session.

When?      Thurs. Mar. 9, 2017, 1:00 to 4:30 pm

Cost?        $10.00 per person

Pre-Register By: Mon. Mar. 6, 2017

 

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