Promotional Tool Kit

We're committed to helping you make your 2017 event experience as profitable and productive to your business as possible - that's why we've created this Promotional Tool Kit with valuable information and a selection of materials to boost your ROI and success.

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Twitter handle: @TopCropMag
Event hashtag: #TopCropSummit

Event Description:

Field Crop Disease Summit
Feb. 21-22, 2017
The TCU Place, Saskatoon, SK

About event text:

Why attend the 2017 Field Disease Crop Summit?

Following the resounding success of the 2016 Herbicide Resistance Summit, Top Crop Manager magazine is pleased to present the 2017 Field Crop Disease Summit, to be held Feb. 21 and 22, 2017, at TCU Place in Saskatoon.

As disease threats continue to grow and change, it is imperative crop producers, agronomists, the scientific community and industry remain up to speed with the latest technologies and advances in disease research. The Field Crop Disease Summit is designed to help them do just that.

Presenters will address many of the key issues farmers, agronomists and plant pathologists face when dealing with challenging and ever-changing field crop diseases, and share research advancements made to help combat disease threats. Summit participants will walk away with a clear understanding of specific actions they can take to lessen the effects of various diseases and how to protect crops and crop yields.

Learn about:
  • • Fusarium head blight in wheat
  • • Blackleg in canola
  • • Resistance breeding for clubroot
  • • Future outlook for disease and disease resistance

          Approved for 12 CEUs (CCA) and 9 CEUs (CCSC)!
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