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Management for High-Quality Organic Wheat and Ancient Grain Production in the Northeast

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Researchers from the NIFA OREI project Value-added Grains for Local and Regional Food Systems will provide an overview of grain quality indicators and discuss critical steps in producing high-quality grain—from sourcing appropriate seed through planting and harvesting practices to seed-cleaning, dehulling, and storage. This webinar is for farmers, ag professionals, grain buyers and processors, and others seeking to optimize grain quality. While focused on production in the Northeast, many of the management practices discussed will be applicable to other regions of the country.

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  • Webinar
When Feb 12, 2013
from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
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by David Benscher, Cornell; Greg Roth, Penn State; and Elizabeth Dyck, OGRIN. Researchers from the NIFA OREI project Value-added Grains for Local and Regional Food Systems will provide an overview of grain quality indicators and discuss critical steps in producing high-quality grain—from sourcing appropriate seed through planting and harvesting practices to seed-cleaning, dehulling, and storage. This webinar is for farmers, ag professionals, grain buyers and processors, and others seeking to optimize grain quality. While focused on production in the Northeast, many of the management practices discussed will be applicable to other regions of the country.

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