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Soil Test Workshops

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Soil Test Workshops

Time: March 11, 2013 at 1pm to March 15, 2013 at 1pm
Location: See website for details
Website or Map: https://oscia.wildapricot.org…
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Cathy Dibble
Latest Activity: Feb 22, 2013

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Brought to you by Ontario Soil & Crop and OMAFRA

Soil Tests Made Simple with OMAFRA's Peter Johnson! Bring your soil tests and your questions! Learn how to read your soil test, and how to build, maintain or reduce the levels in your fields. What matters, what doesn't! How to properly sample your fields, and fertilizer applications. Win a free soil sample kit courtesy of A&L Labs, Stratford Agri Analysis and SGS Agri Food Labs 

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