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Elgin Soil and Crop Sunmer Tour - Aug 9, 2011

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Elgin Soil and Crop Sunmer Tour - Aug 9, 2011

Time: August 9, 2011 from 1pm to 7pm
Location: Elgin Country
Phone: 519-287-5334
Event Type: soil, &, crop, tour
Latest Activity: Aug 2, 2011

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Summer Tour is set for August 9, 2011 in the west end of the county. Contact Margaret to register

 
1 PM – Van Brenk’s Fruit Farm, 31760 Erin Line, Dutton-Dunwich

2 PM – Lavender Sense, Jesper & Pamela Anderson, 28011 Ash Line, Dutton-Dunwich

3 PM – Vertical Tillage Demo across road from Lavender Sense. Equipment provided by Vanden Brink Farm Equip, Sparta, Advantage Equip, Fingal, Great Lakes Ford New Holland, St Thomas 

4 PM – Grain Drying and Handling Facility, Prey Farms 29414 Silver Clay Line, Dutton-Dunwich

5 PM – Solar Panels and Pioneer Test Plots, Jamie & Teena McCaffery 28654 Silver Clay Line, Dutton-Dunwich  

6 PM – Dinner & Speaker at McCaffery farm: “Those Darn Bugs!!” Tracey Baute, OMAFRA Entomologist

Dinner $10 per person. Pre registration appreciated but not required. Contact Margaret May 519-287-5334 
 

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