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Western Reserve FFA COLLINS For the second consecutive year, FFA Chapters in Iowa, Michigan and Ohio, including members of the Western Reserve High School FFA Chapter, will be participating in Monsanto's sticky trap monitoring program to help growers monitor and better manage corn rootworms.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010
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Western Reserve FFA

COLLINS For the second consecutive year, FFA Chapters in Iowa, Michigan and Ohio, including members of the Western Reserve High School FFA Chapter, will be participating in Monsanto's sticky trap monitoring program to help growers monitor and better manage corn rootworms.

Last year more than 500 FFA Chapters and nearly 8500 farmers participated in the program, which included nearly 12,000 test sites. Based on the number of test sites, Monsanto donated over $600,000 to participating state and local FFA chapters.

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