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September – December 2015
Stop 1. 9:00 – Forage Sorghum Silage Plots (100 hybrids) Jourdan Bell and Ted McCollum
Stop 2. 10:00 – Dryland Sorghum Plots (28 varieties ranging from early to medium long maturity classes) Jourdan Bell, Ed Bynum and Austin Voyles
Stop 3. 10:45 – Sorghum Herbicide Plots Jourdan Bell
From Amarillo, travel west on I-40 approximately 6 miles. Exit I-40 at Arnot Road. Continue traveling west on the frontage road for 1.0 mile to Hill Road. Plots are located within the circle of sorghum silage on the west side of the Hill road.
For additional information, call: Jourdan Bell at 806-677-5663