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On-Farm Research Conference

How to Improve Chances of a Successful Trial


Josh L. Sievers
Extension Agriculture Specialist
Iowa State University
Phone: 712-446-2526
sieversj@iastate.edu

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Summary:

Proper planting and organization will dramatically improve the chances of successfully completing on-farm research. This presentation walks you through the steps to improve the chances of having a successful trial including the establishment and maintenance of communication with growers and other partners, setting and following a timeline, and thinking of impacts to the farmerís practices to avoid problems.


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