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Haldimand SCIA Spring Information Meeting

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Haldimand SCIA Spring Information Meeting

Time: February 13, 2013 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Oneida New Holland (new shop)
Street: 634 Fourth Line
City/Town: Caledonia, ON
Website or Map: http://www.ghscia.com
Event Type: workshop, education
Organized By: Haldimand SCIA
Latest Activity: Feb 13, 2013

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Event Description

TOPICS

  • "Fence Row Farming Growing corn at 300 bushels per acre in Haldimand" with Dean Glenney, P. Eng - KLS, Engineering Ltd., of Dunnville;
  • "What’s new in planter management" with Tom & Brenda Snyder of Grand River Planter, Caledonia;
  • "Ask the specialists your burning agronomic questions" with Dean Glenney, P Eng., KLS Engineering Ltd., Jerry Winnicki, CCA-ON, agronomist, Clark Agri Service Inc., John Hussack, CCA-ON, independent agronomist;
  • "What’s new at Oneida New Holland," with Sheldon Smith

Coffee and donuts served.

FOR INFORMATION

John Hussack at jhussack@shaw.ca

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