Soil health & Nutrient management workshop

When: Wednesday, March 7th 2018; 9:00am to 3:00 pm

Where: Jordan Hall, 630 West north Street, Geneva, NY

Lunch included and provided by King's Catering

Listen to speakers: John Kemmeren - Straight Talk, Crooked Rows and a Lifetime of No-till on a Dairy Farm

Tom Kilcer- Doubling Up-Winter Triticale as a Forage

Mike Stanyard- Don't Let Slugs Slow You Down In Reduced Tillage

Tom Eskildsen- Agricultural Water Mangement in Today's Climate

Dave DeGolyer-  Life Between The Rows-Cover Crop Interseeding

Pre-Register by February 23rd 2018

To pre-register, please return the form in the link here to Ontario County Soil & Water Conservation District 480 N. Main St. Canandaigua , NY14424

Checks Made Payable to Ontario County SWCD

DEC Pesticide Applicator Credits and CCA Credits Pending


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This webinar will focus on how cover crops can create habitat for pests like voles and slugs. It is Part 1 of a 2 part series. Pest problems like voles, slugs and army worms tend to be cyclical in nature and can have dramatic impacts when there's an outbreak. Understanding the role that cover crops and no-till can play in creating the conditions for these pest to thrive can help producers make management decisions. This webinar is first of a two-part series dealing with managing cover crops and tillage to minimize pest problems.

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2018 Corn congress

When: January 10, 2018


Where: Quality Inn

8250 Park Road, Batavia

Topics to be covered:

  • Using Corn Yield Data to Develop Yield Stability Zones
  • Why is 300 bu/ac Corn the Goal When the Genetic Potential is 1000?
  • Corn Silage Trials, so Much More than Yields
  • Managing Corn in a No-Till System
  • GMO Free Corn Pest Management: Insects & Weeds
  • Western Bean Cutworm Resistance: Where do We Go from Here

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