PULLMAN, Wash. — Digital-quality videos made at the 4th Northwest Direct Seed Cropping Systems Conference, Jan. 17-19, in Spokane are available from Washington State University.
The conference featured 27 speakers, including 14 growers from five states and four foreign countries. More than 730 people attended.
Four videos feature the four half-day focus sessions:
- Northern Great Plains and International Experiences
- Improving Soil Quality and Productivity
- Crops, Rotations and Management Strategies
- Pest Management Strategies.
Four additional videos include presentations by eight Northwest growers on their experiences making the transition to direct seed systems.
The videos are available on loan in the Pacific Northwest. They also can be purchased for $17 each or $125 for all eight.
Detailed descriptions of each video plus information on how to order them can be found on the conference web site at http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/directseed or by contacting Debbie Marsh, WSU crop and soil sciences department, at (509) 335-2915 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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