2018 Soybean & Small Grains Congress to be held Wednesday in Batavia
Looking to improve soybean and small grains production in 2018! Cornell Cooperative Extension’s NWNY Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team will be offering their annual congresses for soybean and small grain producers throughout the region.
Wednesday, Feb. 7, at the Quality Inn & Suites, 8250 Park Road, Batavia
Dustin Lewis PhD, District Manager, BASF Crop Protection
“Dicamba Tolerant Beans: Learning from the Past, Looking Forward to the Future.” * This session will cover the label requirements to fulfill the certification needed to use dicamba tolerant products on DT soybeans.
Adam Gaspar PhD, Field Agronomist, DuPont Pioneer
"The Intersection of Soybean Physiology and Management with Tight Margins and Greater Environmental Variability."
Other topics to be discussed by Cornell University researchers, Cornell Cooperative Extension and local industry:
· Marestail and Waterhemp Herbicide Resistance
· Disease Management Issues in Wheat and Soybeans
· 2017 Soybean Yield Contest Winners: How’d they do it!
· Small Grains Management Updates: Wheat & Malting Barley
· Industrial Hemp for Small Grain Production
Registration fee: $50 per person includes AM Refreshments & Hot Buffet Lunch DEC Recertification points and Certified Crop Advisor credits will be available PLEASE PRE-REGISTER to guarantee a lunch: Call Cathy Wallace @ 585.343.3040, ext. 138, or [email protected].