2014 Herbicide-Resistant Weed Management Field Days
Please join us for a Weed Resistance Field Day available at two locations:
July 9: Fremont, Neb.
(Meet at Tractor Supply parking lot at 2850 E 23rd Ave N. Shuttle buses provided to field.)
July 10: Lincoln, Neb.
(UNL Havelock Farm, 84th and Havelock)
REGISTER TODAY. This is a free event, but please register online for meal and planning purposes.
|9 a.m.||Onsite check-in|
|9:30 a.m.||Field day starts|
|Noon||Free lunch served|
|1:30 p.m.||Field day will conclude after the keynote speaker presentation|
Cropping Systems Weed Scientist and Extension Specialist
Department of Agronomy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Exploring the connections between 80 years of changing soybean genetics and recent agronomic practices for shaping herbicide resistance management.
Many changes in soybean production have occurred over the last 80+ years, and those changes are driven by both genetic improvements and other agronomic practices. Over that time span, weed control practices have played a major role in shaping agronomic recommendations. A thorough understanding of these relationships is important for continuing to develop sound agronomic systems and weed management plans that are sustainable by returning economic profits and combatting herbicide resistance, and several recent research experiments relating to these relationships have returned valuable results which will be shared.