Harrington Seed Destructor Field Day at University of Illinois

The Harrington Seed Destructor (HSD) is a new machine, invented by an Australian wheat
farmer, for destroying weed seeds during harvest. Dr. Adam Davis (USDA-ARS; U of I Crop
Sciences) and his research team will demonstrate the use of the HSD in a soybean crop, and show its impact on weed growth in the second year of a field study.

DATE & TIME
Thursday, October 12th from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

LOCATION
The field tour begins at the Crop Sciences South First Street Facility at 4202 South 1st Street in
Savoy, IL, and will visit two nearby field sites.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
To learn more about the HSD visit http://go.illinois.edu/hsd.

CONTACT
Mr. Taylor Stewart, Department of Crop Sciences (taylors@illinois.edu)

SPONSORS
USDA-Agricultural Research Service, University of Illinois Crop Sciences, IDEA Farm Network

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