Farming for Success Field Day


  • Morning Keynote: “So, You Want to Look at a New Enterprise.”
  • Afternoon Keynote:Business Ethics in Times of Economic Uncertainty”

    Participants will choose from three different tracks based upon their interests. Tour stops and sessions will include:

  • Herbicide Options for Corn and Soybean. Plots include Dicamba Resistant Soybeans
  • Planting Green Discussion hosted by the PA No-Till Alliance
  • Understanding and Managing White Mold in Soybeans
  • Slug ID and Management in Field Crops
  • Hemp Production and Potential in PA
  • Planting Date Impacts on Soybean Yield
  • Technologies to Achieve Top Alfalfa Yield and Quality
  • GMO vs. Non-GMO: A Financial vs. Agronomic Decision
  • Crediting Nitrogen from Manure, Cover Crops and Soil Organic Matter
  • What is it? Sending Plant and Soil Samples to the PSU Disease Clinic
  • Optimum Manure Utilization

Registrants will also have the opportunity to visit with our sponsors from the chemical and seed industries, local equipment dealers, ag lenders and crop production professionals.

Attendees can receive:      5 Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) credits
2.0 PA Nutrient Management Points
1.0 PA Manure Hauler Broke Points

Event Time/Date:          9:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Thursday June 21, 2018
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, June 19
Cost:                                      $10.00
Location:                            Penn State Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center
(SEAREC), 1446 Auction Road, Manheim, PA 17545

To register call: 1-877-345-0691

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