Workshop Schedule

Monday, January 28, "2019

* Pesticide License Recertification – 3 Sessions required and must include Applying Pesticides Safely session
† Required for Dicamba Training

TimeCrystal 4
Crystal 2
Diamond 5
Diamond 4
8 – 9 am Registration – Coffee and Rolls – Main Hallway
9:10 – 10 am * Jon Kohrt, Valent; Brandon Schrage, FMC; Tamra Jackson-Ziems, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 
What's New in Crop Protection

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)
Shaun Casteel, Purdue University,
Frontiers in Relay and Double-Crop Soybean

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Kyle BroderickUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,

Nebraska Plant Pathology: A Culture of New Diseases

Jim StackKansas State University,
Novel Solutions Create Novel Problems: The case for an advanced diagnostics toolbox

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)
Katja Kohler-Cole,University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Cover crops benefit Nebraska agroecosystems in many ways

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)
10:10 – 11 am * Jon Kohrt, Valent; Brandon Schrage, FMC; Tamra Jackson-Ziems, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 
What's New in Crop Protection

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)
Shaun Casteel, Purdue University, 
Frontiers in Relay and Double-Crop Soybean

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Tom Hunt, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
and
Bill Hutchinson
, University of Minnesota,

Corn Ear Feeding Insects

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Katja Kohler-ColeUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Cover crops benefit Nebraska agroecosystems in many ways

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)
11:10 am – 12 pm

* † Clyde OggUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,

Applying Pesticides Safely

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Cody Creech, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Wheat Production and Management

Alex Tonon Rosa, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, Impact of Cover Crop Management on Rainfed Corn Production in Western Nebraska

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Kyle BroderickUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,

Nebraska Plant Pathology: A Culture of New Diseases

Jim StackKansas State University,
Novel Solutions Create Novel Problems: The case for an advanced diagnostics toolbox

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

John Lindquist, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
A National Integrated Management Team: goals and scope

Chris Proctor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Managing cropping systems to integrate cover crops: Balancing maturity group yield and cover crop production

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

12 – 1 pm Lunch – Crystal 1-2
1 – 1:50 pm

* † Clyde OggUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,

Applying Pesticides Safely

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Cody Creech, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Wheat Production and Management

Alex Tonon Rosa, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, Impact of Cover Crop Management on Rainfed Corn Production in Western Nebraska

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Tom Hunt, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
and
Bill Hutchinson
, University of Minnesota, 

Corn Ear Feeding Insects

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

John Lindquist, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
A National Integrated Management Team: goals and scope

Chris Proctor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Managing cropping systems to integrate cover crops: Balancing maturity group yield and cover crop production

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

2 – 2:50 pm

* † Greg Kruger, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Dicamba Drift: Facts and Fiction

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Alex Tonon Rosa, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, Double Cropping Field Peas with Cover Crops, Forages, and Short Season Crops in Eastern Nebraska

Nathan Mueller, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Winter Wheat Works in Eastern Nebraska

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Roger ElmoreUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Corn Growth & Development: Updating an old paradigm of dry matter and nutrient accumulation and partitioning

Osler Ortez-Amador, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Corn Growth & Development: What we have learned about corn development from studying ears issues

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Humberto BlancoUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Cover Crop Grazing: Impacts on Soils and Crop Yields

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

2:50 – 3:10 pm Break – Main Hallway
3:10 – 4 pm

* † Greg Kruger, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Dicamba Drift: Facts and Fiction

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Alex Tonon Rosa, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, Double Cropping Field Peas with Cover Crops, Forages, and Short Season Crops in Eastern Nebraska

Nathan Mueller, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Winter Wheat Works in Eastern Nebraska

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Roger ElmoreUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Corn Growth & Development: Updating an old paradigm of dry matter and nutrient accumulation and partitioning

Osler Ortez-Amador, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Corn Growth & Development: What we have learned about corn development from studying ears issues

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Humberto BlancoUniversity of Nebaska–Lincoln, 
Cover Crop Grazing: Impacts on Soils and Crop Yields

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

4:10 – 5 pm * Recertification Paperwork Panel Discussion – Cover Crops

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Pesticide License Recertification – 3 Sessions required and must include Applying Pesticides Safely session
† Required for Dicamba Training

TimeCrystal 1Crystal 2
Crystal 3
Crystal 4
8 – 9 am Registration – Coffee and Rolls – Main Hallway
9:10 – 10 am * Barry Meyer – Bayer; Eric Schultz – BASF; Amy Timmerman, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 
What's New in Crop Protection

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Laura Lindsey, The Ohio State University,
Variable Seeding Rate for Soybean

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Rhae Drijber, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
The Soil Microbiome: Impact of Maize Cropping System Management

(Soil & Water Management: 1 CEU)

Daren Redfearn, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Planting Decisions for Alternative Forages

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

10:10 – 11 am * Barry Meyer – Bayer; Eric Schultz – BASF; Amy Timmerman, University of Nebraska– Lincoln, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, 
What's New in Crop Protection

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Laura Lindsey, The Ohio State University,
Variable Seeding Rate for Soybean

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

Rhae Drijber, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
The Soil Microbiome: Impact of Maize Cropping System Management

(Soil & Water Management: 1 CEU)

Daren Redfearn, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Planting Decisions for Alternative Forages

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

11:10 – 12 am

* † Clyde OggUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,

Applying Pesticides Safely

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Amit Jhala and University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Pollen Mediated Gene Flow and Transfer of Herbicide Resistant Alleles

Stevan Knezevic, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Critical time for weed removal in corn and soybean as influenced by PRE herbicides

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Steve Melvin, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Trends in technology for irrigation scheduling

(Soil & Water Management: 1 CEU)

Andrea Basche, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
How much cover crop growth is needed for weed control? A review of Corn Belt research and opportunities in Nebraska


Chris Proctor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Using Cover Crops as a Tool for Managing Herbicide Resistant Weeds

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

12 – 1 pm Lunch – Crystal 1-2
12:20 – 12:50 pm

Lunch Speaker
Jay Rempe
, Senior Economist, Nebraska Farm Bureau

1 – 1:50 pm

* † Clyde OggUniversity of Nebraska–Lincoln,

Applying Pesticides Safely

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Amit Jhala and University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Pollen Mediated Gene Flow and Transfer of Herbicide Resistant Alleles

Stevan Knezevic, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Critical time for weed removal in corn and soybean as influenced by PRE herbicides

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Steve Melvin, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Trends in technology for irrigation scheduling

(Soil & Water Management: 1 CEU)


Chris Proctor, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Using Cover Crops as a Tool for Managing Herbicide Resistant Weeds

Andrea Basche, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
How much cover crop growth is needed for weed control? A review of Corn Belt research and opportunities in Nebraska

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

2 – 2:30 pm

Governor Pete Ricketts – Crystal 1-2

 2:40 – 3:30 pm

* † Greg Kruger, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Dicamba Drift: Facts and Fiction

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Brian Krienke, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
How to implement sensor based in-season N management via Manure, Fertigation, or Sidedress

(Nutrient Management: 1 CEU)

Robert Tigner, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Farm Policy: Risk or Risk Management

(Professional Development: 1 CEU)

Marty Schmer and Virginia Jin, USDA–ARS,
Cover crop effects on yield and soil greenhouse gas emissions in rainfed and irrigated systems

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

3:30 – 3:40 pm Break – Main Hallway
3:40 – 4:30 pm

* † Greg Kruger, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Dicamba Drift: Facts and Fiction

(Integrated Pest Management: 1 CEU)

Brian Krienke, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
How to implement sensor based in-season N management via Manure, Fertigation, or Sidedress

(Nutrient Management: 1 CEU)

Robert Tigner, University of Nebraska–Lincoln,
Farm Policy: Risk or Risk Management

(Professional Development: 1 CEU)

Marty Schmer and Virginia Jin, USDA–ARS,
Cover crop effects on yield and soil greenhouse gas emissions in rainfed and irrigated systems

(Crop Management: 1 CEU)

4:30 –  pm * Recertification Paperwork Panel Discussion Cover Crops