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New Holland (Lancaster Co.)
Whether you are just thinking
about getting, started in vegetable
production or have been raising
vegetables for years, the 1995 New
Holland Vegetable Day has some
thing for you.
The Eastern Lancaster County
School District is sponsoring the
day-long event for commercial
vegetable growers on Feb. 20. The
meeting will be held at the Summit
Valley Elementary School, one
mile South of New Holland. The
meeting will feature 18 different
topics held in a series of concurrent
The Vegetable Day starts at 9
a.m. with registration and an
opportunity to visit exhibitors. The
morning sessions begin at 9:30
a.m. with topics covering green
house plant management, insect
identification and management,
water rights and irrigation, fall root
crop production, and market stand
Pesticide credits will be avail
able for several sessions. Lunch
will be available for a nominal fee.
For more information, contact Jeff
Stoltzfus at (717) 354-1522.
FEBRUARY 11, 1995
A SPECIAL SECTION
IN LANCASTER FARMING
ADVERTISERS PLAN NOW
TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE
PHONE 717-394-3047 or
Deadline Friday February 3
STATE & NATIONAL
1995 New Holland Vegetable Day Feb. 20
Summit Valley Elementary School
Sponsored by Eastern Lancaster County School District
and Penn State Cooperative Extension
9:00-9:30 a.m. Registration
9:30-9:45 Welcome, Introductions and Orientation to the program
9:45-10:30 Concurrent sessions
Fall Root Crop Production
Farm Stand Management
Greenhouse Insect ID
10:30-11: 15 Concurrent Sessions
Sweet Com IPM
Vine Crop Insects
11:15-12:00 General Session
1:00-1 ;45 General Session
Late Blight & Other Diseases
1:45-2:25 Concurrent Sessions
Tree Fruit Insects Carl Felland, PSU Ext.
Pumpkin Disease Control Alan Mac Nab, PSU Ext.
Non Chemical Insecticides Donald Prostak, Rutgers
Greenhouse Design & Ventilation Rob Berghage, PSU Ext.
2:25-3: 15 Concurrent Sessions
Exhibitors Show and Tell
Worker Protection Regulations
3:20 p.m. Adjoin
The Official Publication For The
PENNSYLVANIA MASTER CORN
Leon Ressler, PSU Ext.
Bill and Mary Weaver, Grower
Larry Yager, PSU Ext.
Cathy Thomas PSU Ext.
David Lankford, Farmer, Supplier
Donald Prostak, Rutgers
Rob Berghage, PSU Ext.
Shelby Fleischer, PSU Ext.
Dean Cotton, Agway
Alan Mac Nab, PSU Ext.
Carl Felland, PSU Ext.
Bill and Mary Weaver, Grower
Eddie Denny, Hendricks & Dale, Inc.
Bob Anderson PSU Ext.
Sire Power Reports
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countries. And in the U.S. Sire s teven Deitrich, Germansville;
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majoring in Dairy and Animal Sci- Manmngton, WV.
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