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Lower Eastern Shore Agriculture Newsletter

Upcoming workshops on organic agriculture, greenhouse prodcution, Annies Project and other Extension programs to keep you updated!More info
This edition of the LES newsletter includes information on Agronomy Day, Grain marketing workshops, Pencil to Plow, Annies Project, Women in Ag and an Intro to Soils Course.More info
In this edition we have pesticide recertification dates, Lower Shore Agronomy Day, and a Palmer Amaranth identification guide.More info
This issue contains information on Precision Ag Day, 2015-2016 Pesticide Renewal, Small Farms Conference and the Mid Atlantic Crops School.More info
This edition of the newsletter includes information on avian influenza, precision ag equipment day and soil buffering capacity. Other workshops and fair dates for the Lower Eastern Shore can also be found in this edition.More info
This issue of the LES Ag newsletter includes informaiton on Pencil to Plow, Nutrient Managment training, Precision Ag Equipment Day, and the 2015 Spring Ag Commissioners Tour.More info
This edition of the Lower Eastern Shore Agriculture Newsletter includes information on wheat scab managment, backyard gardeninig workshops, and nutrient managment updates.More info
LES AG Newsletter
This edition of the Lower Eastern Shore Agriculture Newsletter includes program dates for Annie's Project, Woods in Your Backyard, Getting Started in Farming, Pencil to Plow, and the Women in Ag Conference.More info
The November/December issue of the LES AG newsletter includes information on the UMES Small Farms Conference, Mid-Atlantic Crop Managment School, and nutrient managment and pesticide recertification.More info
September October 2014 LES Newsletter
This newsletter includes stories on saving RoundUp Ready seeds, Big Data, Agricultural research updates, nutrient managment, and pesticide voucher training.More info


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