83rd Annual Field Day
8:30 a.m., Thursday, June 17, 1999
Lind Dryland Research Station
781 E. Experiment Station Road
WHO WILL ATTEND?
Eastern Washington dryland wheat growers and agricultural industry personnel.
Speakers will be Research Scientists from Washington State University, University of Idaho, Oregon State University and the Adams Conservation District. Topics include winter wheat breeding, yellow mustard and canola, spring wheat breeding, narrow leaf lupins, flexible no-till cropping systems, barley breeding, variety testing, millet, row spacing affects on no-till wheat and barley, and erosion containment structures.
There also will be brief reports from Mark Schoesler, state legislator; the Washington Association of Wheat Growers; Washington Wheat Commission; Washington Barley Commission; WSU College of Agriculture and Home Economics, and from Jim Cook, WSU, on direct seeding research. The WSU Alumni and Development Office will host an ice cream social beginning at 2:30 p.m.
None. A no-host lunch will be served.
WSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences.
Bill Schillinger, (509) 659-0355 or Cindy Warriner, (509) 659-3214.
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