WASECA, Minn. - The UMN Southern Research & Outreach Center (SROC) will hold a Virtual Winter Crops Day on Thursday, January 14. The program will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at 2:30. The program will be split into two sessions focusing on soil science 10-noon, with a break for lunch. At 12:30 p.m. the program will resume with agronomy topics. The webinar is free, but participants must pre-register online at https://z.umn.edu/SROC-WCD2021. An email address is required to register, and participants can join the webinar from a computer, tablet or phone.
Speaker schedule and research topics covered at the Virtual Winter Crops Day include: 10:00 - Nitrogen Rates For Corn In Southern Minnesota Examined - Jeff Vetsch, Researcher, SROC
10:30 - Nutrient Crediting From Manure - Melissa Wilson Manure Nutrient Management Specialist
11:00 - Variable Rate Nitrogen - The Jury Is Still Out, But We Know More Than We Used To - Brad Carlson, Extension Educator
11:30 - Integrating Cover Crops And Liquid Injected Manure - Manuel Sabbagh, Phd Student - BREAK -
12:30 - Evaluating Cropping Systems For Resiliency Addressing Environmental Change - Gregg Johnson, Associate Professor, SROC
1:00 - Advancing Intensive Management Of Corn Production For Yield, Profitability, And Nitrogen Stewardship - Jeff Coulter, Corn Extension Specialist
1:30 - Managing Foreign Matter And Weed Seed In Grain For Exports While Managing Resistant Weeds - Seth Naeve, Soybean Extension Specialist
2:00 - Corn And Soybean Weed Management. Making The Best Use Of The Tools We Have - Tom Hoverstad, Agronomist, SROC
The Virtual Winter Crops Day will be recorded and available for viewing for those who cannot participate in the live webinar. If you would like to view the recording of the webinar, please email email@example.com. For more information, visit the SROC website at http://sroc.cfans.umn.edu or call (507) 837-5629.