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Maryland Commodity Classic goes virtual

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QUEENSTOWN — The 2020 Maryland Commodity Classic, held annually on the fourth Thursday of July, will be streamed online via zoom.

Maryland Grain Producers Association invites members, agribusinesses, researchers, farmers, stakeholders and others to join in the annual event on July 23.

There will be pesticide research presentations, updates from national partners and a question and answer session with Drew Haines. From Middletown, Maryland, Haines has been recognized nationally for the Corn Yield Contest, particularly in the no-till, non-irrigated division.

Maryland Grain Producers will feature the 2020 Scholarship Recipients and Dr. Miller Awardee.

Information on the finalized schedule with registration will be available soon. If you do not currently receive email automated messages from the Maryland Grain Producers, please email jenell.mdag@gmail.com, to be added and updated on the virtual event

Evan Miles, president of Maryland Grain Producers Association, said, “Keeping the farmers who produce the food, fuel and fiber for the country safe and healthy during this time is critical.”

Join in the event from the comfort of your home, tractor or office.

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