School set for Monday at Greencreek
The Prairie Area Extension Cereal School is slated for Monday, February 7th, 2011, at the Greencreek Community Hall.
Registration along with coffee and donuts begins at 7:30 am, with the program beginning at 8:00 am. The agenda includes a broad selection of topics about cereal production including variety information, insect management, and weed research. Reports will also be presented by the ISDA Commodity Indemnity Fund, Idaho Wheat Commission, Idaho Barley Commission and Idaho Grain Producers Association. Special speakers this year include John Oades from US Wheat Associates and Megan Wilson from St. Mary’s Hospital. John subject will be the production of quality wheat for export markets and Megan will address to common health problems facing farmers and ranchers.
The lunch is prepared by the Greencreek Altar Society and is sponsored by the Idaho Wheat Commission and the Idaho Barley Commission. Two pesticide recertification credits and 6 CCA credits will be available. Please preregister not later than Wednesday, February 2nd, by providing your name and phone number to email@example.com or call 208-937-2311 or call your local UI Extension Office. All producers, agri-support personnel and other interested people are welcome and encouraged to attend. This educational program is brought to you be 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. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, those requesting reasonable accommodations need to contact the Lewis County Extension Office by Wednesday, February 2nd at 208-937-2311.