Emergency Wheat Freeze Seminar Tuesday In Princeton

The University of Kentucky is holding an emergency wheat freeze school Tuesday at the Research and Education Center in Princeton. Center Director John Grove says several of the researchers at Princeton have quickly organized a meeting to help farmers learn more about possible damage.


   
Grove says it may take a few days for the damage to show up.


   
Grove says those who attend the meeting can see examples of wheat that has been damaged by last week's freeze. He also encourages farmers to bring samples of wheat to test.


   
He says they will also discuss what options farmers may have to deal with freeze-damaged crops.


   
Grove says the seminar will begin in the Research and Education Center Tuesday at 8:30, with registration at 8. He adds the meeting will take place both inside and outside.

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