by Mike Owen and Bob Hartzler, Department of Agronomy
In response to rapidly expanding problems associated with herbicide resistant weeds, ISU Extension and Outreach will conduct a series of meetings in March to address the issue. The meetings will provide information about the causes of herbicide-resistant weed populations, objectively evaluate weed management programs currently used in Iowa, and support the development of durable weed management programs. The meetings will begin at 9 a.m. and conclude with a noon meal.
There is no cost to attend this program due to funding provided by several partners; however, advance registration is appreciated for meeting logistics and lunch counts. Additional information regarding the program and online registration is available at http://www.aep.iastate.edu/weeds/
March 12—Spencer — Clay County Regional Events Center
March 13—Independence — Heartland Acres Agribition Center
March 14—Atlantic — Cass County Community Center
March 15—Ames — Quality Inn/Starlight Village
March 16—Iowa City — Clarion Inn/Highlander Conference Center
Bob Hartzler and Micheal Owen are professors of agronomy and weed science extension specialists with responsibilities in weed management and herbicide use.
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