The Public is Invited to Attend 
North Dakota State University
Central Grasslands Research Extension Center's
22nd Annual Field Tour
On
Wednesday, June 25, 2003, AT 6:00 P.M.


DIRECTIONS TO CENTRAL GRASSLANDS

Four miles north of Streeter, or 11 miles south of I-94 on Highway 30, take Stutsman County Road 38 and drive 5 miles west and mile south. The tour will start at the office near the livestock unit.


FIELD TOUR PROGRAM: 6:00 - 8:30 P.M. Approximately

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Introductions and Welcome
Mr. Paul E. Nyren, Director, CGREC
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Update From ND Agricultural Experiment Station
Dr. Ken Grafton, Director ND Ag Experiment Station
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Switchgrass Production for Ethanol in the Northern Plains
Dr.
Ken Vogel, USDA-ARS, Lincoln, NE
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Longevity of Alfalfa Varieties: Growth and Productivity 1998-2003
Dr. John Berdahl, USDA-ARS, Mandan
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Does Labor Availability Affect the Optimum Calving Season?
Dr. Eric Devuyst, NDSU Ag. Economics
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Cool & Warm-Season Grasses: Growth & Nutritional Status
Dr. Kevin Sedivec, NDSU Animal & Range Sciences Department
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Drought Management of Pastures
Dr. Kevin Sedivec, NDSU Animal & Range Sciences Department
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Soil Health: Management is Key
Dr.
Jimmy Richardson, NDSU Soils Dept.
Mr. Jay Volk, NDSU Animal and Range Sciences Department
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 Free Roast Beef Supper & Door Prizes
    
at Streeter Memorial Hall for Tour Participants after the Tour 
     Compliments of Central Grasslands Research Extension Center 

Paul E. Nyren, Director
Central Grasslands Research Extension Center
4824 48th Ave SE
Streeter, ND 58483
E-mail: grasland@ndsuext.nodak.edu


NDSU Central Grasslands Research Extension Center

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