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Spots still available, deadline extended for No-till on the Plains bus tour

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Spots are still available for the 2014 No-till on the Plains bus tour, August 5-8. The tour will start in Kansas and work through Oklahoma. The deadline for registration has been extended until July 31.

The tour will originate in Salina, Kansas, with pick-up points in Halstead, Kansas, and Stillwater, Oklahome. Participants will get to see long-term no-till fields, cover crop plots in Kansas and Oklahoma, cover crops used for forage and soil pits at several stops. There will also be professional no-till experts and long-term producers riding the bus. Tour participants will get the opportunity to network with these people and learn about their work and production practices.

A visit to the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation is planned on Aug. 6. Tour participants will stay on the Noble Foundation campus, hear from Foundation staff, learn about the services offered and get a tour of the facilities. This is a great opportunity to experience a world-class agriculture organization and facility.

Registration is available online at www.notill.org under Events or by calling 888-330-5142. The Points South Tour cost $675 per person for double occupancy (lodging) and $825 per person for single occupancy. Very limited numbers of single rooms are available.

The tour is generously sponsored by: Green Cover Seed, Sharp Brothers Seed, Kauffman Seed, Koch Agronomic Services, and Alva State Bank.

Established in 1996, No-till on the Plains is a nonprofit, educational organization run by a Board of Directors. No-till on the Plains works to bring the latest innovations and technology to farmers in a variety of formats including tours like this, seminars, field days, their renowned winter conference, and Agriculture’s Innovative Minds (AIM) Symposium. Find out more on No-till on the Plains by visiting the web at www.notill.org, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Date: 7/21/2014



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