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Victoria SCIA Crop Tour

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Victoria SCIA Crop Tour

Time: July 5, 2010 all day
Location: RR3 Woodville
Event Type: crop, tour
Latest Activity: Jun 15, 2010

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Victoria SCIA Crop Tour, 7 pm Bruce McKeown's, 1029 Peniel Rd, RR3 Woodville
on-farm oilseed press - Bruce feeds the soymeal and is selling the oil or using it for Biodiesel

8 pm John Kinghorn's, 1030 Cambray Rd, RR3 Woodville - East Central Project on Establishment of C4 Bio-Fuel Grasses, followed by a BBQ.

Contact Neil Moore 705-324-2594/ nmoore@trytel.net

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