Published online: Jul 12, 2010
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KIMBERLY, Idaho-The University of Idaho's fourth biennial Twilight Tour on July 21 at the Kimberly Research and Extension Center will focus on agricultural research. The tour will offer research updates on crops including corn, beans, potatoes, sugarbeets and alfalfa. Other researchers will discuss their work on irrigation, crop storage and other studies.

The popular tour will run from 5 to 8 p.m. The evening will include a free dinner, field tours and displays and exhibits by University of Idaho Extension specialists and educators. The tour also will offer horse-drawn wagon rides, an aquaculture exhibit and an insect petting zoo.

More information about the tour is available from Don Morishita, professor of weed science and extension specialist, or Amber Moore, extension soils specialist, at (208) 736-3600.