Corn, Soybean and Wheat Connection Webinar

The second of 3 webinars for Ohio farmers and industry offered by Ohio State University Extension called Corn, Soybean and Wheat Connection is scheduled for February 11, 2014. This program will focus soybean production. The final program on February 25th has weed control as the topic. There are three options to for individuals to participate in these sessions.

Full agenda for the 2/11 program is:

February 11th Soybean Production from 7:00-8:30 pm

Everything but the Kitchen Sink: High Input Soybean Production

Dr. Laura Lindsey, State Specialist Soybean & Small Grains Production, Ohio State University Extension

Updates on Fungicides and Resistance, Soybean Cyst Nematode and Seed Treatments

Dr. Anne Dorrance, State Specialist Plant Pathology Soybeans, Ohio State University Extension

There are three viewing options for individuals to participate in these sessions.

Option 1. At county locations live. Ashtabula, Carroll, Clinton, Darke, Hancock, Hardin, Knox, Morrow, Muskingum, Wayne, Williams and Wood Counties will host sessions in the series. You will want to check locations, other preregistration information and site details at http://agcrops.osu.edu/calendar or call the county office listed. Details are listed under the date for each webinar.

Option 2. You can sign-up for connection details to view the broadcast live in your home or office at http://go.osu.edu/cswconnect2014. Please signup for the first session by January 13th.Note you will want a high speed connection to view program. Details on connection speed and other setup information will be sent on January 13th.

Option 3. Program will be recorded and available on-line 10 days after the program. The location address will be published in CORN Newsletter or by visiting http://agcrops.osu.edu.

More details on all three sessions can be found on Ohio State University Extension’s Agronomic Crops Team calendar page at http://agcrops.osu.edu/calendar

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