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Small Grains Workshops presented virtually

Regional-based workshops will be informal conversations around production agronomics, variety selection and economics

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ST. PAUL — University of Minnesota Extension will host a series of virtual small grain workshops in February to address successful small grain management.

The regional-based workshops will be informal conversations around production agronomics, variety selection and economics. They will focus on small grain production in southern Minnesota, but are open and applicable to all small grain producers.

For southwest Minnesota, the workshop is from 4 to 6 p.m. Feb. 17.

The workshop is being offered via Zoom in lieu of the in-person southern Minnesota small grain workshops.

Panelists will include Jochum Wiersma, U of M Extension small grain specialist, Jared Goplen, U of M Extension crops educator, and Daniel Kaiser, U of M Extension soil fertility specialist.

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Registration is free, and will be required to access the virtual Zoom link. To register, visit https://z.umn.edu/southern-small-grain or c

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