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Fumigants & Pheromones Conference Early Registration Discount Deadline is Jan. 15

VALENCIA 2010 is an international educational conference on stored product protection, which will be held March 3-5 at the Palacio de Congresos in Valencia, Spain.

| January 4, 2010

WESTFIELD, Ind. —  VALENCIA 2010 is an international educational conference on stored product protection, which will be held March 3-5 at the Palacio de Congresos in Valencia, Spain.  The theme for this practical three day conference and workshop is ‘Reducing Customer Complaints' and will feature 25 international speakers and attendees from over 30 countries. Please consult the following program for details about the conference and workshop and do not forget to register by Jan. 15 to receive discount of 100 € off of the registration fee.    
     
If you are interested in learning more about the 9th Fumigants & Pheromones Conference and Workshop, please

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