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March Soil Test Clinics

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March Soil Test Clinics

Time: March 5, 2012 from 2pm to 5pm
Location: check website
City/Town: Ancaster
Website or Map: http://tvrscia.wordpress.com/…
Event Type: soil, test, clinic
Organized By: TVRSCIA
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2012

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Event Description

Soil Test Clinics


March 5 Ancaster  details and registration at www.oscia.cloverpad.org

March 6 Haldimand Norlfolk details and registration at www.oscia.cloverpad.org

March 14 Ridgetown 1-4 pm Free for OSCIA members, $20 for non-members (includes one year membership). To register go to www.oscia.cloverpad.org or contact Krista Gladstone via email  or 519-674-1500 ext 63597 or Cathy at 519-463-9737

March 14 St Thomas (evening) details to come

March 16 Mt Forest details to come

Thanks to A&L Labs, Stratford Agri-Analysis and Agri Food Labs for their support in 2011 and again in 2012!!!

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