Le Mars | January 26, 2016
Le Mars Convention Center
251 12th Street SE, Le Mars, Iowa
|9:30 AM||Registration opens|
|10:00 AM||Managing margins in 2016 and beyond – Alejandro Plastina, Extension economist (CM)|
|11:00 AM - Session A (select one topic)|
|2015 Insect issues and preparing for 2016 – Erin Hodgson, Extension entomologist (PM)|
|Big Data and UAVs in agriculture – Matt Darr, Associate Professor, Ag and Biosystems Engineering; Ryan Bergman, Program Coordinator, Ag and Biosystems Engineering (CM)|
|Building soil health for sustainable agricultural systems – Mahdi Al-Kaisi, Extension soil and water specialist (SW)|
|12:00 PM||Lunch (provided)|
|12:50 PM - Session B (select one topic)|
|Economic benefits of cover crops – Jamie Benning, Extension water quality program manager; Liz Juchems, Iowa Learning Farms Events Coordinator (SW)|
|Soil fertility management with tight crop production margins – Antonio Mallarino, Extension soil fertility specialist (NM)|
|White mold, sudden death syndrome and other crop diseases – Daren Mueller, Extension crop plant pathologist (PM)|
|1:45 PM - Session C (select one topic)|
|2015 NW Iowa Research Farm and On-Farm Project results – Joel DeJong, Extension field agronomist (CM)|
|Genetic selection and seeding rate considerations for tight margins – Mark Licht, Extension cropping systems agronomist (CM)|
|Spray application strategies beyond glyphosate – Mark Hanna, Extension agricultural engineer (PM)|
|2:40 PM - Session D (select one topic)|
|Analyzing your business to improve profitability – Shane Ellis, Extension farm management specialist (CM)|
|Application timing, rates and risks when using phosphorus fertilizer – Antonio Mallarino, Extension soil fertility specialist (SW)|
|The most expensive herbicide program is one that doesn't control weeds – Bob Hartzler, Extension weed management specialist (PM)|
|3:35 PM||Private pesticide applicator continuing instruction course – Joel DeJong, Extension field agronomist|
|4:30 PM||Meeting adjourns|
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$60 – after midnight, January 19 or at the door
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