Webinar: Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems – Findings and Recommendations for Corn Belt Farmers

Dick Wolkowski
Project Extension Educator
rpwolkow@wisc.edu

Results of a five-year multi-state project that examined the impact of weather variability on corn production systems will be discussed at a webinar to be held February 11 from 1 – 3 pm. The webinar will originate from the University of Minnesota, Southwest Research and Outreach Center in Lamberton, but you can log in from your location. The program will include the following presentations:

Eileen Klavidko, Purdue University – Cover Crops Rick Cruse, Iowa State University – Tillage Management Jeff Strock, University of Minnesota – Drainage Water Management Joe Lauer, University of Wisconsin – Extended Crop Rotations J. Arbuckle, Iowa State University – Farmer Adaptation and Conservation Practice Adoption

One CCA CEU credit each for soil and water, and crop management will be offered. More information on the webinar program, connection details, and sign-up for CCA CEU’s will be posted on the project’s website. Go to:

http://www.sustainablecorn.org/Findings-and-Recommendations-for-the-Corn-Belt.html.

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