Annual weather variations and long-term changes in climate affect all aspects of agriculture. Disease prevalence is directly affected by weather conditions. Join us as we take a look back at how recent changes in in-season weather patterns can increase disease severity and reduce grain quality across the Ohio Valley. Gibberella ear rot and vomitoxin in corn will be use as a case study to demonstrate these issues.
9:00 Weather and Climate Impacts on Disease Management- Dr. Aaron Wilson
9:30 Gibberella ear rot and vomitoxin in Corn: what weather has to do with it?- Dr. Pierce Paul
10:00 Regional breakouts to look at specific diseases in your area
CCA credit can be earned