SDSU Extension will hold two more Crop Hour webinars focusing on corn tomorrow and Thursday (Jan. 12 and 13, 2022) from 10-11am CST.
This week’s presentations are dedicated to the management of corn including pest management, hybrid information, soil fertility and more. Continuing education credits (CEUs) will be available for Certified Crop Advisers for each session.
- January 12: “Corn: Lessons relearned in the drought of 2021”, Jonathan Kleinjan, SDSU Extension Agronomist; “With Concerns About Herbicide Shortages, What Should I Do?”, Paul Johnson, SDSU Extension Weed Science Coordinator
- January 13: “Corn N, P, and K Recommendation Updates”, Jason Clark, Assistant Professor and SDSU Extension Soil Fertility Specialist; “Input Costs 2022, Realigning for Success”, Jack Davis, SDSU Extension Crops Business Management Field Specialist, and Anthony Bly, SDSU Extension Soils Field Specialist
Pre-registration is preferred. Go to the SDSU Extension Crops website.
Next week’s Crop Hour webinars will be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (Jan. 18-20, 2022) from 10-11am CST and will focus on soybeans.
Future Crop Hour dates and topic areas are as follows:
Jan. 25-27: Sunflower
Feb. 1-3: Wheat
Feb. 8-10: Cover Crops and Soil Health
Feb. 15-17: Forages/Pulse Crops/Oats
Feb. 22-24: Climate, Market, and Management Considerations
March 1-3: Precision Ag- Soil, Crop, and Water Management
Zoom links and reminders will be emailed to registered attendees, and continuing education credits (CEUs) will be available for Certified Crop Advisers for each session.
In addition to Crop Hour, SDSU Extension will be hosting the Agronomy Road Show, which will consist of a series of in-person meetings across the state focusing on crop updates, pest management (weed, insect, and plant diseases), soil fertility topics, markets and more. Those interested, can visit the SDSU Extension Events page at extension.sdstate.edu for more details.