Field days give farmers the chance to see research projects in progress and talk with the researchers involved in the experiments. But they also provide the public an opportunity to view the latest in modern agriculture and anyone is welcome to attend. Field days take place rain or shine. Program details are subject to change.
Demonstration Home Garden Field Days various horticultural topics are discussed at these research and demonstration farms. Each begins at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
|Western at Castana||July 25|
|Southeast at Crawfordsville||August 5|
|Muscatine Island at Fruitland||August 8|
|Allee at Newell||August 9|
|Armstrong at Lewis||August 22|
|Northeast at Nashua||August 29|
|Northern at Kanawha||September 2|
|McNay at Chariton||September 7 (4 p.m.)|
|Northwest at Sutherland||September 9 (1 p.m.)|
For more information see the 2000 Field Days Schedule .
This article originally appeared in the June 9, 2000 issue, p. 65.
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