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‘Strategic Farming: Let’s Talk Crops’ recordings available

Building off the program’s success, University of Minnesota Extension will host “Strategic Farming: Field Notes”

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WORTHINGTON — Producers who missed any of the “Strategic Farming: Let’s Talk Crops” sessions offered from Jan. 6 to March 24 are now available at https://z.umn.edu/strategic-farming . Scroll down the page to find the recordings.

Topics ranged from corn and soybean management and selection tips, pest and nutrient management, on-farm research, cover crops, third crops and conservation programs. Links to key resources for many of the sessions are also posted.

Building off the program’s success, University of Minnesota Extension will host “Strategic Farming: Field Notes” from 7:30 to 8 a.m. every Wednesday, starting April 21 and continuing through the 2021 growing season. These interactive, discussion-based sessions will address in-season cropping issues as they arise.

Farmers, crop consultants, agronomists, ag sales reps, agency personnel, researchers, educators and any others interested are encouraged to join in. For more information and to register, visit: https://z.umn.edu/strategic-farming.

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