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Glynwood, Cold Spring, NY – One-Day Workshop on Bionutrient Rich Crop Production  RSS feed

Gary Neves
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One-Day Workshop on How to Grow High Quality Crops:
● Principles of Biological Systems
● Identifying Limiting Factors
● Biological Inoculation
● Seed Sorting
● Soil & Mineral Balancing
● Human Health & Disease
● Conductivity Meter
● Refractometer

Date: Saturday, May 4, 2013 (http://www.bionutrient.org/workshops)
Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm
Location: The Glynwood, 362 Glynwood Rd, Cold Spring, NY 10516

Scholarship money exists and is available for Farmers who wish to register and take this One-Day Workshop on Bionutrient Rich Crop Production (http://www.bionutrient.org/workshops). Please the Course Administrator for scholarship information: gary@bionutrient.org.

Also, returning students get a discount! To learn more, please visit the BFA website (http://www.bionutrient.org/).

The mission of the BFA is, “Increasing Quality in the Food Supply.”

Dan Kittredge, Executive Director of the BFA, will be your presenter at The Glynwood. The BFA promotes a Biological Approach to crop production, while also identifying limiting factors to genetic potential. Be part of the movement to increase the nutritional quality, or the bionutrients, of the food we eat! "Soil Micronutrients and Your Health" (http://www.bionutrient.org/library/videos/for-your-consideration)

Thank you in advance for your help in sharing with others about this upcoming Workshop on Bionutrient Rich Crop Production! TOGETHER, We Will Make Better Quality Food!

Other Hyperlinks:

Introduction to Principles of Bionutrient Rich Crop Production and Course Overview

Julie Rawson shows off "almost perfect-looking" tomatoes 9 8 2010:

Bionutrient Food Association Channel:
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