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    Ontario Potato Research Field Day

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    The Ontario Potato Board and the University of Guelph’s Plant Agriculture Department is hosting the 2017 Ontario Potato Research Field Day on August 16 at the Elora Research Station.

    From 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., rain or shine, hear about and see new potato varieties for Canadian producers and consumers, with the U of G’s Vanessa Currie; learn about Ontario-grown early potatoes with low glycemic impact, from the U of G’s Dr. Reena Pinhero; and hear an update on the Canadian Horticulture Council (CHC) potato research cluster from Mary Kay Sonier, PEI Potato Board.

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