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CONSERVATION FARMING UPDATE - MAY1996


June 6 Adams County Wheat Growers Field Tour of WSU and USDA-ARS Research

The Adams County Wheat Growers are sponsoring a tour of agronomic research trials conducted by WSU and USDA-ARS in Adams County on June 6. A preregistration fee of $10, including bus transportation, lunch, and educational materials is required for the tour. Make checks payable to Adams County Wheat Growers and send to John Baumann, HCR1 Box 2335, Washtucna, WA 99371.

Registration at the Ritzville City Park begins at 8:00 a.m. Buses depart for the Don Wellsandt farm at 8:30. Morning tour stops include:.

  • Winter Wheat Varietal Development - Steve Jones, WSU
  • One-pass Spring Barley Seeding into Standing Stubble - Don Wellsandt, Grower & Bill Schillinger, WSU
  • Spring Wheat Varietal Development - Kim Kidwell, WSU
  • Spring Barley Varietal Development - Vadim Jitkov, WSU

Buses will return to Ritzville City Park for lunch (included in registration fee) at 12:00. Tom Lumpkin, Chairman of the WSU Crop & Soil Sciences Department, will give a luncheon presentation on “Strengthening Research at the Lind Dryland Research Station.

Buses will depart at 1:00 for the afternoon tour. Topics include:

  • No-till versus Tillage for CRP Take-out - Dale and Gary Galbreath, Growers, & Roger Veseth, WSU/UI
  • Integrated Spring Cropping Project - Frank Young and colleagues, USDA-ARS, WSU, and OSU
  • Alternative Crops for Dry Areas - Curtis Hennings, Grower
  • Controlling Root Diseases in No-till Spring Cereals - Jim Cook, USDA-ARS

Buses will return to Ritzville City Park by 5:00. Credits for pesticide applicator recertification and Certified Crop Adviser continuing education have been requested. For more information on the Field Tour, contact Bill Schillinger (509) 659-0090, ext. 214.  June 6 Adams County Wheat Growers Field Tour of WSU and USDA-ARS Research

The Adams County Wheat Growers are sponsoring a tour of agronomic research trials conducted by WSU and USDA-ARS in Adams County on June 6. A preregistration fee of $10, including bus transportation, lunch, and educational materials is required for the tour. Make checks payable to Adams County Wheat Growers and send to John Baumann, HCR1 Box 2335, Washtucna, WA 99371.

Registration at the Ritzville City Park begins at 8:00 a.m. Buses depart for the Don Wellsandt farm at 8:30. Morning tour stops include:.

  • Winter Wheat Varietal Development - Steve Jones, WSU
  • One-pass Spring Barley Seeding into Standing Stubble - Don Wellsandt, Grower & Bill Schillinger, WSU
  • Spring Wheat Varietal Development - Kim Kidwell, WSU
  • Spring Barley Varietal Development - Vadim Jitkov, WSU

Buses will return to Ritzville City Park for lunch (included in registration fee) at 12:00. Tom Lumpkin, Chairman of the WSU Crop & Soil Sciences Department, will give a luncheon presentation on “Strengthening Research at the Lind Dryland Research Station.

Buses will depart at 1:00 for the afternoon tour. Topics include:

  • No-till versus Tillage for CRP Take-out - Dale and Gary Galbreath, Growers, & Roger Veseth, WSU/UI
  • Integrated Spring Cropping Project - Frank Young and colleagues, USDA-ARS, WSU, and OSU
  • Alternative Crops for Dry Areas - Curtis Hennings, Grower
  • Controlling Root Diseases in No-till Spring Cereals - Jim Cook, USDA-ARS

Buses will return to Ritzville City Park by 5:00. Credits for pesticide applicator recertification and Certified Crop Adviser continuing education have been requested. For more information on the Field Tour, contact Bill Schillinger (509) 659-0090, ext. 214.

     
 

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