Cereal School set for Tuesday
The Prairie Area Cereal School is slated for Tuesday, February 11, at the Greencreek Community Hall.
Registration along with coffee and doughnuts begins at 7:45 a.m., with the program beginning at 8 a.m.
The agenda includes a selection of topics about cereal production systems, including variety information, fertility management, and weed research. Dave Huggins, ARS Scientist from Pullman, will report on the efforts of Regional Approaches to Climate Change (REACHH). This project includes over 100 scientists from area institutions, including the University of Idaho. Bill Flory, District II Commissioner for the Idaho Wheat Commission, will present and overview of Commission activities.
The sponsored lunch is prepared by the Greencreek Altar Society and is sponsored by the Idaho Wheat Commission and Idaho Barley Commission.
Pesticide recertification credits and CCA credits will be available.
Please preregister no later than Friday, February 7th by providing your name and phone number to lewis@uidaho.edu or call the Lewis County Extension Office at 208-937-2311. All producers, spouses, agri-support personnel and other interested people are welcome and encouraged to attend.
This educational program is brought to you by University of Idaho Extension in cooperation with Lewis and Idaho County Grain Producers, Idaho Barley and Wheat Commissions, and the Idaho/Lewis Extension Crops Advisory Committee.

Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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