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New conservation field days announced the week of 1/18

New conservation field days announced the week of 1/18

There were 2 field days announced during the week of January 18. For more details about these and 7 more field days, visit here.

Recently Announced

January 29 | Cover Crops Workshop

Join us for an evening of cover crops discussions and peer networking, featuring Iowa Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Julie Kenney! Enjoy a local brew and a free meal. Bring your questions, comments and a friend! An RSVP is suggested in order to ensure that there is enough food ordered. Email covercrops@agribiz.org or call 641-861-2280.

February 20 | Webinar: Farmed Prairie Potholes – Consequences & Management Options

Join speaker Amy Kaleita, Iowa State Professor of Agriculture and Biosystems Engineering to discuss consequences and management options for farmed prairie potholes. Connect to the webinar here.

Upcoming

February 5 | 2019 Iowa Soybean Association Farmer Research Tour

The Iowa Soybean Association is taking the annual research conference on the road this year! The ISA research team is going on tour, stopping at three cities in Iowa. The mainstay of the 2019 Farmer Research Tour continues to be providing valuable information on the latest research and management practices you can apply to your farm. This year, there will be topics focused on your geographical area and ISA researchers will share data relevant to your region.  The soybean gall midge will headline the Storm Lake session, with Erin Hodgson, Iowa State University Extension entomologist. On-farm, analytics and environmental research results topics will include weed management, water monitoring, nutrient management, cover crops and watershed projects. 

February 7 | 2019 Iowa Soybean Association Farmer Research Tour 

The Iowa Soybean Association is taking the annual research conference on the road this year! The ISA research team is going on tour, stopping at three cities in Iowa. The mainstay of the 2019 Farmer Research Tour continues to be providing valuable information on the latest research and management practices you can apply to your farm. This year, there will be topics focused on your geographical area and ISA researchers will share data relevant to your region. For those joining in Ames, you will hear about data collection, storage and sharing. On-farm, analytics and environmental research results topics will include weed management, water monitoring, nutrient management, cover crops and watershed projects.



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