Agronomy Update 2014

A two-day conference for grain producers, crop advisors and industry partners to interface with leading agriculture scientists

Agronomy Update 2014

A two-day conference for grain producers, crop advisors and industry partners to interface with leading agriculture scientists about relevant soils and crops issues in Alberta will be held at Red Deer Sheraton Hotel on January 14 and 15.

Detailed information about topics to be discussed can be found at the link

http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/EFE.nsf/all/82A2C82E61F3B8A887257BC7005FDB46/$file/Agronomy%20Update%202014%20Brochure.pdf

Contact information: Ag-Info Centre

Phone: 1-800-387-6030

Farm Tech Conference

The dates for FarmTech 2014 are January 28, 29 & 30 at the Edmonton EXPO Centre at Northlands. Registration is now open. To take advantage of early bird savings, those interested should register before January 10, 2014

Alberta Wheat Commission – AGM In conjunction with FarmTech, attendees do not need to be registered for FarmTech to attend the AGM January 29, 2014 at 11:30 AM in Hall E.

 

 

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