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Published on January 21, 2014 10:20AM

DES MOINES, IA – January 21, 2014: The power of knowledge and innovation will be at full throttle at
the 2014 Iowa Power Farming Show, with 16 free one-hour seminars scheduled to take place over the
three days of the show. Some of the top minds in agriculture will take the stage to discuss important
topics and trends that will impact growers in 2014.
“The seminars are a big draw every year because growers want to learn how issues facing the industry
will impact them directly,” said show co-director Tom Junge. “They’re designed to cover a wide variety
of topics, such as market trends, succession planning, and emerging opportunities and technologies,
making it easy for attendees to pick and choose which topics they’re most interested in learning more
It all starts Tuesday, January 28, with seminars such as “Farm Legacy: Adding Clarity in Uncertain Times,”
“Family Farm Succession Planning,” and a presentation from Ag Leader Technology about it’s new cloudbased
platform AgFiniti®.
The education continues on Wednesday with “How You Can Defy Market Uncertainty,” “Farm Estate,
Transfer and Retirement Planning” and a presentation from Calcium Products called “Amending Soils with
SuperCal for Increased Productivity.”
Several of the presenters will repeat their seminars on Thursday, allowing attendees to catch some of
the seminars they may have missed the first two days. In addition, Micro Growing Sciences will give
a presentation that provides growing and research info for its new product CropBioLife (CBL), a foliar
formulation of bio-flavonoids designed to accelerate the immune system of plants for most crops.
The Iowa Power Farming Show, the third largest indoor farm show in the United States, runs from January
28-30, 2014, at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines. For more details and a complete list of the highpowered
seminars and panel discussions scheduled to take place at the 2014 Iowa Power Farming Show,
please visit www.iowapowershow.com.


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