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GROW (Getting Rid Of Weeds) will be hosting a Farmer Forum on December 4th, 2023, at 1 p.m. ET. Listen in as three U.S. farmers explain why they decided to install seed impact mills on their combines to help manage weeds on their operations and learn how this new technology is working for them.

Bring any and all questions on how seed impact mills like the Redekop SCU, iHSD and Seed Terminator work on different combines, in different crops, and different regions of the U.S.!
CEU credits will be available.


Registration is Free! Sign up here.
Details on how to join the Forum on December 4:

Time: Dec 4, 2023 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Location: Zoom Webinar ID: 878 2605 6196

Passcode: 856226

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About the Author: Emily Unglesbee

Emily Unglesbee is the Director of Outreach and Extension for GROW (Getting Rid of Weeds). She grew up in south-central Pennsylvania and earned a degree in Classics from the University of Notre Dame in 2009. After two years working on farms and ranches in the U.S. and U.K., she earned a master's degree in journalism from the University of Missouri in 2013. She spent 10 years as a reporter for DTN/The Progressive Farmer, before joining GROW (Get Rid of Weeds) in 2022 to lead its communications and outreach team. GROW is a publicaly led network of scientists working to help farmers and the agricultural industry test and adopt non-chemical alternatives to weed control, to help slow and overcome the industry-wide problem of herbicide-resistant weeds.

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  1. Jason Harvey December 25, 2023 at 4:29 am

    Great Post! The GROW Farmer Forum on using seed impact mills for weed control is a commendable initiative that promotes collaboration, knowledge sharing, and innovation within the agricultural community. It reflects a proactive approach to addressing challenges and advancing sustainable farming practices.

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