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SouthWest Crop Diagnostic Day

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SouthWest Crop Diagnostic Day

Time: July 6, 2011 to July 7, 2011
Location: University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus
Website or Map: http://www.diagnosticdays.ca/
Event Type: southwest, crop, diagnostic, day
Organized By: OMAFRA and U of Guelph Ridgetown
Latest Activity: Jun 24, 2011

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Event Description

The 17th Annual Diagnostic Day is an event that highlights current topics of interest. The goal of the day is to provide quality, state-of-the-art training in all aspects of crop production and management.
The Diagnostic Day is designed specifically to improve the problem solving skills of seed, fertilizer and chemical industry personnel and agricultural consultants.
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The SouthWest Crop Diagnostic Day provides agribusiness personnel with "hands-on" learning experiences to assist in the correct identification and treatment of crop problems common to southern Ontario. The program provides a "real-world" environment where agriculturists can hone their crop trouble-shooting skills and evaluate new and alternative management strategies.

 

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