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Lind Field Day
June 15 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Please join us on Thursday, June 15, 2017 at the WSU Dryland Research Station in Lind to learn about the outstanding research WSU faculty, staff and students are conducting to support dryland producers in eastern Washington. This field day event also serves as a tremendous opportunity to network with growers, industry representatives, commissioners, and WSU personnel as we work together to create a vibrant future for the agricultural industry. A superb lunch with a short, informative program will follow the research plot tours. Please invite your family and friends to join us for this important event. We are looking forward to seeing you there. – Ron Mittelhammer, Dean of CAHNRS
|8:30 Registration||12:30 Noon program|
|9:00 Field tours||Rich Koenig, CAHNRS Associate Dean, MC|
|Perennial wheat Kevin Murphy & Ian Clark, WSU||CAHNRS and Crop & Soil Sciences
Rich Koenig, Interim CSS Chair
|Falling numbers in wheat
Camille Steber, USDA-ARS
|Washington State Legislature Senator Mark Schoesler|
Rebecca McGee, USDA-ARS
|Washington Grain Commission Mike Miller, Commissioner|
|Winter wheat breeding Arron Carter, WSU||Washington Association of Wheat Growers
Ben Adams, President
|Spring wheat breeding Mike Pumphrey, WSU||Washington Oilseed Commission
Jeff Schibel, Commissioner
|Application of Biosolids
Bill Schillinger, WSU
|1:15 Ice cream social|
|12:00 Hosted lunch||2:30 Adjourn|
- Two Washington Pesticide Recertification credits are available.
- Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities who contact Samantha Crow at the WSU Dryland Research Station, 509-677-3671, firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the event.
- Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.
From Highway 395, take the Lind exit and proceed two miles into Lind. Take a right turn at the Lind city park, (watch for WSU signboard). Go three blocks to the stop sign, turn right, and follow the paved road, heading north, out of town. When you come to the fork in the road one mile from Lind, take the road to the right as indicated by the WSU sign. Proceed another two miles to the Dryland Research Station.
The 2017 Field Day Abstracts are now available for download! To download, go to the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences page, under the Extension tab, and click the page Field Day Abstracts. There are Field Day Abstracts available from 2004-2017.