June 4, June 18, July 16: Agronomy in the Field
The goals of the series are to strengthen agronomic skills for women, resulting in better decision-making and understanding of inputs for crop production, as well as increased knowledge of various conservation practices and confidence in communication with their spouse, farming partner, ag retailer or tenant.
June 20: Northern Iowa Research Farm Field Day
Iowa State University Extension and Outreach experts will discuss weeds, herbicides, cover crops and soybean gall midge.
June 20: Southeast Iowa Research Farm Field Day
Farmers and farm businesses in southeastern Iowa can learn about the latest crop production research and trends.
July 9: Pest Management Field Day
Ten herbicide programs will be available for comparison to evaluate success and implications for resistance management.
Agronomy in the Field For Women
The goals of this series are to strengthen agronomic skills for women that allow for better decision-making, provide a better understanding of inputs for crop production, see and understand different conservation practices and increase confidence in communication with their spouse, farming partner, ag retailer or tenant. Join the Agronomy in the Field Facebook group for information updates throughout the year
Central Iowa: Field sessions for the 2019 growing season are being planned at Metro Waste Authority Environmental Learning Center. Please contact Meaghan Anderson at email@example.com or 319-337-2145 for more information.
North Central Iowa: Field sessions for the 2019 growing season are being planned at or near the NIACC farm at Mason City. Please contact Angie Rieck-Hinz at firstname.lastname@example.org or 515-231-2830 for more information.
West Central Iowa: Field sessions for the 2019 growing season are being planned in Carroll County. Please contact Mike Witt at 641-430-2600 or email@example.com for more information.