Hay and forage producers across Northern Ohio will have an opportunity to brush up their knowledge and skills on alfalfa production, learn about alternative forages, and discuss hay marketing strategies on January 30 at the OARDC North Central Ag Research Station near Fremont.
Topics to be covered include Alfalfa stand establishment, fertility/foliar fertilizers, alfalfa varieties, cutting management, weed and pest management, forage quality and marketing, and the use of cover crops and annuals for double cropping forages.
The program is sponsored by OSU Extension Sandusky County, and presenters will include Allen Gahler, OSU Extension Sandusky County, Jason Hartschuh, OSU Extension Crawford County, and Rory Lewandowski, OSU Extension Wayne County.
The program will run from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and the station is located at 1165 County Rd. 43, Fremont, OH. Cost: $20 per person, and please RSVP to Sandusky County Extension by January 25. To RSVP or for more information, call 419-334-6340 or email Gahler.email@example.com. Lunch, refreshments, and publications will be provided.