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Jun
06
Jun 06th 8:00 am - 11:00 am
Horse Heaven, WA - Ryan Higginbotham, 509-641-0549. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
06
The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
07
Jun 07th 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Ritzville, WA - Aaron Esser, 509-659-3210. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
08
Jun 08th 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Come see and discuss soil health topics for low precipitation dryland cropping in the Columbia Basin. Hear from Noah Williams of Williams Ranch about his experiences, including: Cover Crop vs Chemical Fallow Trials Compare winter wheat grown after cover crops to winter wheat after chemical fallow side-by-side including data on soil moisture, soil fertility, plant nutrition, and more. Growing Chickpeas for Market Check out chickpeas in the field and talk about the potential market for them and other alternative spring crops that are good for soil Cover Crops for Livestock Feed Walk through cover crops being grown for livestock feed and discuss their role and economic advantages in our cropping system Invite your friends and please RSVP to this event page or by calling 541-980-2699. See you there! 5900 Old Moody Rd, The Dalles, OR 97058-9689
Jun
08
Western Whitman Co. - LaCrosse, WA - Steve Van Vleet, 509-397-6290. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
08
Jun 08th 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Connell, WA - Ryan Higginbotham, 509-641-0549. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
13
Pendleton, OR Field Day - Mary Corp, 541-278-4415. Registration and Refreshments at 7:45 am Welcome and Introduction at 8:00 am Two group tours to depart at 8:30 am Hosted Lunch at 12:20 pm Last program at 2:20 pm The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
13
Jun 13th 1:00 pm - 1:00 pm
PNDSA Board Meeting scheduled for June 13, 2017 Details to follow.
Jun
14
Jun 14th 7:30 am - 10:30 am
Moro, OR Field Day - Mary Corp, 541-278-4415. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
14
WSU Weed Science - Pullman, WA - Drew Lyon, 509-335-2961. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
14
Jun 14th 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Harrington, WA - Diana Roberts, 509-477-2167. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
15
Jun 15th 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Lind, WA Field Day - Bill Schillinger, 509-235-1933. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
16
Jun 16th 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
St. Andrews, WA - Dale Whaley, 509-745-8531. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
20
Jun 20th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mayview, WA - Mark Heitstuman,509-243-2009. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.
Jun
20
Jun 20th 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Eureka, WA - Ryan Higginbotham, 509-641-0549. The 2017 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others about cereal varieties and crop management practices. Cereal breeders, extension agronomists, plant pathologists, and other scientists will be presenting information at various events. The small grain variety and research tours, listed below, provide a guide for wheat, barley, and legume tours in Washington and nearby locations. Please check with the contact listed prior to the tour to verify the time, location, agenda, and ensure a place at the table if food is served. Location maps for the WSU Cereal Variety Trials are available online at http://smallgrains.wsu.edu/variety/2017-location-maps/. Washington Grain Commission funds support the trials and the tours, and we look forward to seeing you in the fields.