University of Minnesota ROC Research Update Feb. 13 at SWROC
The Southwest Research & Outreach Center (SWROC) near Lamberton is hosting an ROC Research Update on Wednesday, Feb. 13. The ROC Research Update will highlight current University of Minnesota agricultural research that is conducted at the Southwest, Southern and West Central Research & Outreach Centers (ROCs). The ROCs are collaborating to share regionally focused research results and recommendations with area crop and livestock producers. Similar programs will be Feb. 12 at the WCROC in Morris and the SROC in Waseca on Feb. 14.
Presentations and speakers include:
Farm Income Trends: The Good, The Bad, and The Reality — Nathan Hulinsky, Extension educator, Applied Economics
A watershed approach to treating agricultural drainage and surface runoff — Jeff Strock, professor, SWROC
Expecting the unexpected in insect and disease management. How to hedge your bets — Bruce Potter, integrated pest management specialist, SWROC
Phosphorus Application to MN Soils — Paulo Pagliari, Assistant Professor, SWROC
Benefits and Limitations of Cover Crops Use in Minnesota — Axel Garcia y Garcia, assistant professor, SWROC
Corn and Soybean Weed Management — Thomas Hoverstad, researcher, SROC
Corn and Soybean Yields as Affected by Soil Test P and Fertilization Philosophy –Jeff Vetsch, researcher, SROC
Utilization of cover crops (winter camelina) by pigs — Yuzhi Li, associate professor, WCROC
The ROC Research Update is open to the public. The program begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 3:15 p.m. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and costs $40 (includes lunch). Walk-ins are welcome but pre-registration is encouraged. Continuing education units for certified crop advisers have been applied for. For more information or to register, visit https://z.umn.edu/roc-research-updateor call 507-752-7372.
ROC Research Updates are sponsored by the University of Minnesota Southwest, Southern and West Central Research & Outreach Centers, College of Food, Agricultural & Natural Resource Sciences, and Extension. The research update on Wednesday, Feb. 13 is at the Southwest Research and Outreach Center near Lamberton; Tuesday, Feb. 12 is at the West Central Research and Outreach Center in Morris; and Thursday, Feb. 14 is at the Southern Research & Outreach Center in Waseca.