EAST LANSING, Mich. — The 2019 growing season has given field crop producers more than their share of heartburn and stress. Whether it’s spring planting, disease and insect scouting and treatment, or harvest timing and late season concerns, the Michigan State University Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast series may provide insights for future production practices. Producers looking for field crops production information from the past two growing seasons can view focused, 15-minute presentations from MSU Extension experts.
The MSU Extension Field Crops team holds weekly meetings during the cropping season to deliver the latest information on emerging issues likely to affect growers across the state. The live, online meetings are held early Thursday morning from April to September.
To view the archived topics, visit the Field Crops Virtual Breakfast website. Recorded webinars have been sorted into three categories and are also available as a podcast:
If you want to join the 2020 program (live and interactive), sign up to receive weekly email reminders at http://eepurl.com/gm-PIv. Participants receiving emails can opt in or out at any time.
Past participants have commented that they can choose which sessions they want to watch based on the weekly topic area and that it’s easy to connect.
— Monica Jean and Philip Kaatz, Michigan State University Extension
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