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Making Sense of Weed Management

Event Details

Making Sense of Weed Management

Time: March 7, 2019 from 11am to 1pm
Location: Grey Ag Services, Lower level of Grey Gables, rear entrance
Street: 206 Toronto Street South
City/Town: Markdale
Website or Map: http://www.greyagservices.ca
Phone: 5199863756
Event Type: day, course
Organized By: Grey Ag Services
Latest Activity: Jan 21

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Event Description

Participants will be given the tools to differentiate between the various crop protection products for corn, soybean, dry bean, forages/pastures and cereals so that they can determine what is best for their own operation. With hundreds of products on the market it can be difficult to identify which ones are truly new and unique and which ones are just 

recycled brands. Participants will also have an opportunity to develop strategies to manage their worst yield limiting weeds.  Facilitated by Mike Cowbrough, Weed Management Specialist, OMAFRA

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - please see attached poster or www.greyagservices.ca

$25.00 per person Hot Lunch Provided

Pre-Register By: Fri. Mar. 1st, 2019

 

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