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US: Hancock research station celebrates 100 years

Aerial of Hancock stationThe University of Wisconsin’s Hancock Agricultural Research Station is celebrating 100 years of research, vegetables, farmer partnerships, education and innovation. An expanded Potato and Vegetable Research Field Day is being held July 28 at the station, located at N3909 County Road V, Hancock, in the heart of the Central Sands region. The celebration will also be marking 10 years of a state-of-the-art potato-storage research facility, said Felix Navarro, station superintendent. The station became the university’s fourth experimental farm and part of a state-legislature-mandated research station, representative of soil types around the state. From the beginning there was strong community support for the station, Navarro said. More

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