The University of Minnesota Extension Service will be hosting a virtual Crop Management Input Seminar for South Central Minnesota on Thursday March 4, 2021 from 9:00 am to noon. The input seminar is specifically for the counties of Blue Earth, Le Sueur, Nicollet, Sibley, Scott, and Carver. However, I am sure the information and data will be similar if you are in a surrounding county in South Central Minnesota too!

The program topics and speakers include: Grain Marketing Tips, Ed Usset Grain Marketing economist for the Center For Farm Financial Management, Risks and Challenges with New and Old Diseases of Corn and Soybeans, Dean Malvick Extension Plant Pathologist, ESN Is it a Viable Nitrogen Source, Fabian Fernandez Nutrient Management Specialist, Weed Control 2020 Research Tom Hoverstat Scientist at the Southern Research and Outreach Center Waseca, Cover Crops for Water Management Anna Cates State Soil Health Specialist, NRCS Overview of Programs EQUIP & CSP Chris Schmidt with NRCS.

There is no cost for the program but you do need to pre-register to get the Zoom meeting link and you can do that at: z.umn.edu/SCcropsday.

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