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No-till Conference offers 26 daily workshops


The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association will be hosting the High Plains No-till Conference on Feb. 2 and 3, 2010 at the Burlington Community Center in Burlington, Colo. The conference offers 26 daily educational workshops presented by experienced no-till farmers, agri-business specialists, and university professionals.

Conference workshops will provide information and education on the latest in no-till and conservation tillage technology, along with sessions on agricultural topics of general interest to producers in the High Plains region. Workshops will cover topics such as no-till basics, drought-tolerant crops, no-till equipment adaptation, CRP conversion, no-till farming technology, limited irrigation, weed control, and much more. Included are 15 sessions which offer CEU's for Certified Crop Advisors, along with 3 daily sessions offering CEC's for Commercial Applicators.

Whether you are an experienced no-tiller, considering a move toward less tillage, an agri-business professional, or just have an interest in agricultural topics in the High Plains region, this conference will provide an opportunity to meet farmers, researchers, ag industry, and university specialists who can provide you with insight and answers to your questions.

Complete listing and descriptions of the Conference schedule's twenty six different breakout sessions and the vendors exhibiting can be viewed on the Conference Website at www.highplainsnotill.com. Registration forms are also available on the website.

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