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GROW Farmer Forum on Cover Crop Termination




Event Details

Date

March 29, 2023

Time

2pm-3:30pm

Host

GROW



GROW will be hosting its first Farmer Forum of the 2023 season on Wednesday, March 29, at 2 p.m. EDT. Listen in — and bring your questions — as a panel of farmers from the Midwest, South and Mid-Atlantic speak about their experience with cover crop termination methods.   

Speakers: 

  • Jim Stute, East Troy Wisconsin 
  • Jim Hershey, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 
  • Clay Lowe, Cedar Point Farm, Virginia 
  • John Wallace, Penn State Extension Weed Scientist

 

Free Registration and more info: https://growiwm.org/join-a-grow-farmer-forum-on-cover-crop-termination/

Zoom Link: https://virginiatech.zoom.us/j/85470289344?pwd=K0l3dlovT3crdGw2SlBrNGRHb29RZz09 

Meeting ID: 854 7028 9344 

Passcode: 615527




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