CAYUGA CO., N.Y. — Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County invites all farms, producers and ag service professionals to attend one or all of the upcoming Winter Shop Meetings. The objective of the series, is to keep Cayuga County producers informed of timely issues affecting their business.
January 20, 2021 12:30pm -2:30pm
Soybean Cyst Nematode Workshop with ‐Jaime Cummings, Field Crops Coordinator, NYS IPM
We can now say soybean cyst nematode is widespread in New York, and that it’s time to expand education and intensive (SCN) management efforts. Learn about SCN biology, epidemiology, risks and impacts, and management for 2021.
February 17, 2021 12:30 -2:30
Glyphosate- and ALS-resistant Marestail in Cayuga County with Mike Hunter,
Field Crops Specialist, North Country Regional AG Team/Cornell Cooperative Extension
Our past two years of Shop Meetings have been hosted by a local farm and held in their heated workshops. Due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we will have to meet virtually.
*DEC has firm guidance that we must follow for virtual meetings offering pesticide credits.
You must pre‐register for the meeting.
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Shop Meetings still are an opportunity to hear from local farms and industry experts, to encourage conversation and sharing amongst the county’s farms.
Questions or directions contact Ron Kuck, 315-704-8810, email@example.com
–Cornell Cooperative Extension of Cayuga County
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