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Online conference for crops and forages set

TAGS: Crops Forage
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CROP NOTES: Farmers can listen to MU Extension specialists reflect on the 2020 growing season, as well as learn about what to expect for 2021.
The free virtual meeting Jan. 12 will feature weed scientists and forage specialists.

University of Missouri Extension will hold a virtual Soils and Crops Conference this year.

“We structured the conference to provide both the row crop and forage producer with education designed to address topics relevant to their farm,” says Matt Herring, University of Missouri Extension field specialist in agronomy.

The event runs from 7 to 9 p.m. Jan. 12. Farmers can sign up either online or by phone. You will receive a Zoom link for the event. There will be no cost to participate in the conference.

Topics featured in the conference include:

  • "Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybean" with University of Missouri plant pathologist Kaitlyn Bissonette
  • "Weed Control Update for Row Crops and Forages" with Kevin Bradley, MU Extension weed scientist
  • "Nitrogen Management for Cool Season Grasses" with Gatlin Bunton, MU Extension field specialist in agronomy.

To register for the conference, visit the East Central Missouri Soils and Crops Conference website or call the Franklin County University Extension Center at 636-583-5141.

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