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Dec. 6, 2011HOLT COUNTY, MO |  By: Compton

Coffee Meetings

Growers are invited to attend a series of morning coffee meetings to discuss the reasons why corn fields were yellow this year.

The results of sampling of good and bad field areas has provided information on the cause, and suggestions will be made at the meetings on how to correct these situations for next growing season. Wayne Flanary, with the extension service in Holt county, says comparing soil sample is a good way to find out if it was a fertility issue.

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The meetings will begin at 9 next Tuesday at the Atchison County Extension Office, Wednesday at the Holt County Extension Office, Thursday at the Andrew County Courthouse Basement Meeting Room, and Friday at the Buchanan County Extension Office. Those planning to attend should RSVP to the Holt County Extension Office.