Attendees of the Aurora Farm Field Day networking prior to the program.

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The roots of cover crops help boost soil health

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All in a day's work. Photo: Roxanne Lynn

Brady Rogers, a CCE intern, discusses the use of drones to collect indicators of plant health at the Aurora Farm Field Day

John Hanchar speaks with Small Grains Management Field Day attendees

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