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‘Strategic Farming’ virtual program begins

Sessions cover key crop production issues facing Minnesota corn and soybean farmers.

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WORTHINGTON — Producers may still register for the “Strategic Farming: Let’s Talk Crops” program, which offers virtual programming from 8:30 to 9 a.m. each Wednesday from Jan. 6 through March 24.

The sessions cover key crop production issues facing Minnesota corn and soybean farmers. Sessions are conducted via Zoom, which can be accessed via a computer, phone or other mobile device.

The free, online sessions are informal and open to all interested. Each session begins with a brief presentation by discussion leaders, followed by discussion, framed around farmer/participant questions on the topic.

Resources will be posted prior to the discussions for anyone wishing to take a deeper dive into the topics.

For details on each session and to register, visit https://z.umn.edu/strategic-farming.

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Individuals only need to register once for the whole program series. Sessions will be recorded and posted for viewing later for those unable to attend during the scheduled time.

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