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SARE discusses cover crop survey results tomorrow in webinar

Tomorrow at noon EDT representatives from SARE, Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) and the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) will host a media call following the rollout of the 2017 cover crop survey report. This marks the fifth consecutive year of the national survey which asks farmers about their views and experiences with cover crops.

Join us to hear about key findings from this survey of 2,012 farmers and to participate in a Q&A with survey organizers.

DATE: Friday, September 15, 2017

TIME: 12:00 PM EDT

WHERE: Webinar information will be provided after you RSVP

RSVP: Email Bethany Shively of ASTA at bshively@betterseed.org

Find results from previous cover crop surveys at www.sare.org/covercropsurvey. The survey was conducted by CTIC with help from Purdue University and funding support from SARE and ASTA, along with ASTA member companies Beck’s Hybrids, Grassland Oregon, Justin Seed Company, La Crosse Seed, Monsanto and Seedway, with additional help from Penton Agriculture.

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