FSR CCA College: Register by September 4th

The weather forecast is for 75 degrees and partly cloudy; a perfect day to be outside. This late summer update for agronomist and those advising growers on crop production will be held on September 9th from 8:45 until 3 pm at the Farm Science Review Site at 135 SR 38NE, London OH. The program is intended for all experience levels and non-CCA’s as well. We’ll meet in the Agronomic Crops Team Demonstration plots at the east end of the FSR grounds; enter off US 40 for parking – convenient:http://fsr.osu.edu/resources/documents/pdf/maps/exhibit-map-august-2014.

 Topics include:

  • What are your neighbors thinking about GMOs? Jennifer Coleman, Ohio Soybean Council.
  • Stink bugs, stink bugs - managing late season insects. Andy Michel, should you be spraying your soybeans at R5?
  • What does the new "Phosphorus" law mean to your business? Greg LaBarge, will also discuss placement and timing of fertilizers.

  • Have you seen this weed? No actually this time it's Giant ragweed. Mark Loux, will discuss current problems and expectations for the future.
  • Do soybeans respond to added nitrogen? Laura Lindsey, will also discuss other management practices for soybean improvement
  • You want a drone? But what will you do with it? - John Barker CCA, drone owner.
  • You have got to be kidding me with these fungicide applications! Anne Dorrance on yield impacts of soybean diseases.
  • More leaf diseases than I have ever seen. Pierce Paul, schemes for control of corn leaf disease.
  • How much N do you need for corn? Steve Culman, attacking the other side of the nutrient management problem.
  • It has not been a perfect year - so how do we manage stress in corn? Peter Thomison, maybe it's about water.

Visit https://agcrops.osu.edu/calendar. For complete details and to register usehttp://go.osu.edu/FSRCCA using a credit card or check. If you have further questions contact Harold Watters at watters.35@osu.edu or (937) 604-2415.

Preregistration requested by end of day September 4th; cost is $75.

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