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Pistons Head Coach and GM Paul Dyck, Ed and Lyle Peters from Henervic Farms, and Pistons Crop Program Coordinator Dale Wolgemuth within the Pistons' corn.

Pistons Crop Program ahead of schedule in 2018

The Pistons are already looking forward to the upcoming harvest of the 2018 Pistons Crop Program with the help of Henervic Farms.

The Pistons partnered with Henervic to produce corn this summer on the Pistons field east of Steinbach, which is about 3 miles south of Highway 52. Ed Peters of Henervic says that with the favorable weather conditions this year, there is growing optimism that the harvest of the corn is on track to take place a month ahead of schedule.

This is the second time that the Pistons have done corn during the five years of the program.

The Pistons would like to thank Henervic Farms, Marc Hutlet Seeds, Southeast Seeds, Thunder Seeds, and Mazer Group LTD. for their continued support of the Pistons Crop Program.