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Corn Specialist (OMAFRA) Greg Stewart now Lead Agronomist at Maizex Seeds

Maizex Seeds is pleased to announce the addition of Greg Stewart to their team in the role of Lead Agronomist

March 23, 2015:  Greg has been very influential in changing the landscape of agriculture in regards to corn fertility management in Ontario. His expertise and ability to communicate has helped raise the yield and profitability for Ontario Farmers. Greg is very well-known and respected from his nearly 17 years with OMAFRA; he holds a Master of Science (Crop Science) from the University of Guelph and has published over 100 articles in scientific journals and other various publications.

Greg brings to Maizex not only his extensive knowledge and expertise, but also his integrity and respected work ethic that will benefit our staff, our customers and our dealer network.  Greg and his wife Jennifer have five children ages 13 to 27 and call Guelph home.

Not afraid of getting his hands dirty, Greg looks forward to working with Maizex customers to help them capitalize on a host of exciting opportunities in the years ahead. 

Cell: 226-820-2203
greg@maizex.com

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