Field agronomists Meaghan Anderson, Angie Rieck-Hinz and Rebecca Vittetoe will discuss balancing agronomics and economics at 6 p.m. on Dec. 17. While we strive to achieve high yields, the highest possible yield in a crop field is not always the most profitable. This session will focus on looking at return on investments and how to use and apply research results to make decisions for your own farming operation. Each session is recorded.

Once we complete each session we will post the recorded session in the CyBox account for those who can't join us live or if you want to watch it again. We will send out a notice via this newsletter and our Agronomy in the Field Facebook page once this session is posted. Feel free to join our Facebook page. We use this site to post current issues and things we see in the field throughout the growing season. The Facebook page also provides a venue for our participants to share and "chat" with each other. The ZOOM link to join in these discussions is:

Additional topics include: Jan. 14 – Alternative Crops/Markets; Feb. 18 – Growing Season Weather Outlook & Weather Resources; March 17 – Planning for Successful Implementation of a Herbicide Program; April 7 – Early Season Scouting Tips and Tricks. We hope you will join us for one or many of these educational sessions!


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