LIND, Wash. — The Washington State University Lind Field Day will be held Thursday, June 12, at the university’s Dryland Research Station north of Lind.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., the tour at 9 a.m.
WSU and USDA-ARS scientists will discuss research progress on long-term dryland and irrigated cropping systems studies; spring wheat breeding; winter wheat breeding; on-farm testing; and diseases of wheat, barley, and canola.
A no-host lunch and program will begin at noon. The program will include brief reports on the WSU College of Agriculture and Home Economics, the Washington Association of Wheat Growers, the Washington Wheat Commission, wheat quality, and Vogel chair research priorities.
The noon program will be followed by an ice cream social hosted by the WSU Alumni Development Office.
The Lind Field Day is free and open to the public. Pesticide recertification credits are available.
For more information, telephone Bill Schillinger, WSU research agronomist, at (509) 235-1933 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The 87th Annual Lind Field Day will be held Thursday, June 12, at Washington State University’s Lind Dryland Research Station near Lind.
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WSU Agronomist Bill Schillinger says:
(17:30 sec) “… We have two cropping systems… and Oregon State University.”
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Schillinger discusses the no-host luncheon program.
(19:10 sec) “During the noon program… talk about his research priorities.”
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Schillinger comments on Vogel Chair research priorities.
(13.9 sec) “Kulvinder Gill’s research priorities… becoming susceptible to some diseases.”