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Huron/Heartland Meeting Soil and Crop Improvement Association

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Huron/Heartland Meeting Soil and Crop Improvement Association

Time: July 8, 2011 from 10am to 2pm
Location: Huron Research Farm
Website or Map: http://tvrscia.files.wordpres…
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: SCIA
Latest Activity: Jun 27, 2011

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Morning Speakers and Plot Tour

Horst Bohner and Dave Hooker

Soybean production issues for 2011: management to maximize yield and economic returns

Chris Gilliard

Dry bean agronomy and pest management

Peter Sikema

Herbicide use in edible beans, RR corn and/or spring cereals

 

Afternoon Discussion

All About Biomass Crops by Nick Betts and Guests


Representatives from Case IH, HJV, John Deere and New Holland will be there too!


$10, includes lunch and coffee


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Please RSVP to Karen Jacobs if you wish to attend: 519-662-1505 jacobsk@live.ca

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