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Soil Health Day with Dr. Christine Jones and Guests

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Soil Health Day with Dr. Christine Jones and Guests

Time: August 14, 2015 from 8am to 5pm
Location: Park Farm, Cambridge, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.soilregenerationfa…
Event Type: agriculture:, soil, health
Organized By: Gayl Creutzberg, Ruth Knight
Latest Activity: Jul 5, 2015

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Learn the principles and hear ‘how to’ success stories from experts and farmers, Dr. Christine Jones, Lucas Criswell, Gerard Troisi, Sarah Troisi, Jeff Rasawehr, Tim Prior and Ruth Knight. Topics include:    ●    regenerating soil fertility and improving productivity    ●    integrating cover crops into no-till systems    ●    selecting cover crops for different responses...

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