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Grey Bruce Farmers' Week - Crops Day

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Grey Bruce Farmers' Week - Crops Day

Time: January 11, 2022 from 10am to 5pm
Location: Virtual - watch from the comfort of your living room!
Website or Map: http://www.gbfw.ca
Phone: 519-986-3756
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Grey Bruce Farmers' Week
Latest Activity: Oct 14, 2021

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Grey Bruce Farmers' Week is in its 56th year of running and will be presented virtually this year - meaning anyone, from anywhere can attend - Please spread the word!

Crops Day will feature speakers on technology in agriculture, crop marketing for 2022, carbon sequestration, a panels on cover crops and on soil health, and more! Take advantage of the networking sessions during the day, and gain industry contacts in the Exhibitor Hall. Can’t watch the presentations live? That’s okay! They will be available for viewing for 30 days after the event as well. Check out www.gbfw.ca for more details.

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