January 3rd, 2018
7:30am - 3:00pm
UW-Extension and The UW Agronomy Department will hold one of eight Agronomy Update meetings in Dane County on January 3rd at the Comfort Inn in DeForest.
- How many hybrids should you grow on your farm? Managing hybrid selection risk – What
are the odds?
- High input systems for corn: Maximum yield
versus Economic optimum yield
- Corn response to Super U
Soybeans and Small Grains
- Revisiting soybean phenological development and the role in management!
- Is strip-tillage an effective soil management tool for soybean?
- Corn and Soybean Weed Control
There is a new Weed Scientist in Town
- New corn and soybean herbicides for 2018
- Cover crops as a weed management tool:lessons learned in Nebraska
Certified Crop Advisor CEU credits have been requested (3.0 CEU hours-Crop Management)
For a printable flyer with more details and information about other locations around the state, CLICK HERE.
For questions regarding the Dane County meeting, please contact Heidi Johnson, 608-224-3716 or Johnson.Heidi@countyofdane.com