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Strategic Farming: Field notes

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An all-new Wednesday morning crops program for the growing season!

The growing season is filled with a host of challenges, including insect, disease, and weed pests, resistance concerns, agronomic issues, and soil fertility questions. The Field Notes program is designed for farmers and agricultural professionals as a weekly webinar program addressing all your crop-related questions in real-time in an interactive, discussion-based format.

The Field notes program will begin on Wednesday, April 21, 2021 and continue throughout the 2021 growing season on Wednesday mornings from 7:30 to 8 a.m. The program will feature a live webinar with an interactive discussion with attendees, addressing in-season cropping issues as they arise. Weekly topics will be announced on the week of the program and may include topics related to soil fertility, agronomics, pest management, equipment, and more.

Can’t make the live session? No problem.  The discussion-based series will be posted immediately following the webinar to your favorite podcast-streaming service to listen to at your convenience.  Listen to the episodes on your web browser or subscribe on iTunes and Stitcher.  

Register for Field Notes

You need to register only once and may attend any or all of the webinars.

Do you have questions you'd like addressed during Field Notes? Add them here or email Jared Goplen at gople007@umn.edu.

2021 Let's talk crops resources

Watch the recordings from the 2021 series and look over resources at your convenience.


2020 Webinar resources

The 2020 Strategic Farming webinar series provided up-to-date crop production strategies to optimize inputs for the growing season. The series included 5 one-hour webinars with university specialists; each webinar focused on a different topic area. 

Here you'll find the recorded webinars and additional resources for each session.

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