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Southeast Iowa research farm to host meeting

TAGS: Crops
Tyler Harris Cornfield
RESEARCH UPDATE: The annual meeting will provide an update on ISU on-farm research demonstration trials from 2020.
March 4 virtual meeting will review 2020 activities and plans for 2021.

Farmers and crop advisers are invited to attend the Southeast Iowa Agricultural Research Association annual meeting, which will be held virtually at 8 a.m. March 4.

The annual meeting will feature the following topics and speakers:

  • "A Review of the 2020 Activities and Plans for 2021 at the Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm," by Cody Schneider and Myron Rees, research farm co-managers
  • "ISU Research Farms Update," by Mark Honeyman, associate dean for operations for the Iowa State University Research Farms, and Tim Goode, director of ISU research farms
  • "ISU On-Farm Demonstration Trials Overview and Results from 2020," by Mike Witt, ISU Extension field agronomist

Following the conclusion of the meeting, the Southeast Iowa Agricultural Research Association board of directors will meet.

There is no cost to participate, but registration is required.

For more information, contact Cody Schneider, Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm co-manager at schn145@iastate.edu or 319-658-2353.

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