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New conservation field days announced the week of 5/17

New conservation field days announced the week of 5/17

There were two field days announced during the week of May 17. For details about these and eleven more field days, visit here.

Recently Announced 

 May 28 | Webinar: Digging into Cover Crops

Tune into this webinar on cover crops by registering here.

 June 20 | Northern Research and Demonstration Farm field day

Daniel J. Robison, holder of the Endowed Dean’s Chair in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Iowa State University, will welcome farmers and agribusinesses to the Northern Research and Demonstration Farm field day June 20. The field day is free and open to the public. Lunch will be served at noon and the day concludes at 1 p.m. Learn more on the Northern Research and Demonstration Farm webpage or by contacting Paul Kassel at 712-262-2264, or kassel@iastate.edu

Upcoming 

June 4 | Cover Crop Field Day 

Come learn how cover crops can positively impact water quality from a diverse mix of perspectives. You’ll hear from a farmer, a soil health expert and an ag retailer’s perspective, and you’ll get to view a rainfall simulator demonstration. The farmer, Brian, will share his playbook for managing soybeans following a cereal rye cover crop, as well as some of the on-farm research projects he’s involved in. Please RSVP here by May 31.


June 6 | Impact of Cover Crops on Water Quality and Soil Health

Come learn how cover crops can positively impact water quality from a diverse mix of perspectives. You’ll hear from a farmer, a soil health expert and an ag retailer’s perspective, and you’ll get to view a rainfall simulator demonstration. The farmer, Brian, will share his playbook for managing soybeans following a cereal rye cover crop, as well as some of the on-farm research projects he’s involved in. Learn more and RSVP for the event here.



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