Tech sets Eastern Shore Field Day

June 2004
Southeast Farm Press;6/2/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 15, p16
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The 2004 Field Day and Weed tour will be held at Blacksburg, Virginia-based Virginia Tech University's Eastern Shore Agricultural Research and Extension Center near Painter, Virginia, on June 28-29, 2004. The Field Day begins at 4:30 p.m. on June 28, with tours of research in vegetables, including potatoes and snap beans. A dinner will be provided following the tours. The Weed Tour begins at 9:00 am. on June 29 and will include weed management research in corn, cotton, potatoes, and other crops.


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