AgronomyP.E.I.: Potato Research Update and Grower Feedback

P.E.I.: Potato Research Update and Grower Feedback

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P.E.I. potato growers and Agronomy Initiative for Marketable yield (AIM) partners are invited to a series of local meetings on March 19th and 20th, 2018 to discuss some of the trials being done under AIM. As well, this will be an opportunity for growers to provide feedback on their priorities for research and agronomy, to ensure the AIM program continues to respond to the needs of growers.

Meeting times and locations:

March 19th:  1:00 pm at the Riverhouse Inn, Montague
March 20th:  9:00 am at the Boxcar Pub, Emerald
March 20th:  1:30 pm at the Mill River Resort, Mill River

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