The growing season may be winding down, but there are still many educational opportunities at the Field Extension Education Laboratory (FEEL). Three late-season clinics offer training in crop diseases, alfalfa, and soils. Each of these events offer in-field hands-on activities in addition to classroom sessions. On September 5, the Alfalfa Clinic meets to look at profitable forage production and what it takes to improve yields. Alfalfa growth and development, pest management, nutrient management, and establishment practices will be discussed. Registration is $145. Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) credits: 4.0 crop management, 2.0 pest management, and 0.5 nutrient management.
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Pringnitz, Brent A., "Late-season clinics offer a variety of information" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1008.
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