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TED TALK by Chris Hadfield, Astronaut, Cmdr Hadfield is the Keynote Speaker at the 2014 March Classic, March 24th in London, Ontario


2014 March Classic - Grain Farmers of Ontario Event - will be held on Monday March 24th at the London Convention Centre.


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Meet Chris Hadfield at 2014 GFO March Classic special book signing event



Guelph, ON – Growers attending the 2014 GFO March Classic can sign up to attend a book signing event with Colonel Chris Hadfield, courtesy of Dow AgroSciences, on March 24 at the London Convention Centre.


Hadfield, retired Canadian astronaut and commander of the International Space Station in 2013, will give the keynote address to March Classic attendees at 9:30 a.m. on March 24. Immediately following his address from 10:30 a.m. until 12 noon, Hadfield will sign copies of his new autobiography An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth at the Dow AgroSciences booth, located at Entrance C.

Growers interested in securing a spot at the signing event can sign up for a VIP pass to receive a personalized, signed copy of Hadfield’s book. Space is limited and the 300 books available at the signing event are on a first signed up, first served basis.

Unsigned copies of Hadfield’s book will also be available throughout the conference at Mycogen and Hyland Seeds booths located next to the Dow AgroSciences booth.


About Dow AgroSciences Canada

Dow AgroSciences Canada Inc. brings innovation to life through people, chemistry and biotechnology in the areas of seed and crop production, and pest management. Dow AgroSciences Canada Inc. is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, with commercial and research operations across Canada. Key research facilities include corn and soybean breeding in St. Marys and Blenheim, Ontario, cereals breeding in Nairn, Ontario, and a global canola research center in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.


For more information on Dow AgroSciences Canada Inc. and its products, visit www.dowagro.ca

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