Day is scheduled on February 14 at the
Event registration will start at The educational program will begin at with discussion on sunflower insect, weed and disease management. Disease emphasis will be on sclerotinia research and management recommendations. The afternoon agenda includes bird management, NuSun hybrid performance, industry perspectives on confectionary seed quality, and oilseed markets.
Additional benefits of participating in this meeting include:
visit sunflower seed and crop protection industry booths, enjoy sponsored refreshments and noon meal, and obtain a free copy of the ‘Crop sequence calculator’, a computer CD developed by the Northern Great Plains Research Laboratory in Mandan to assist growers with selecting crop rotations. Also, three continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisers have been requested for CCAs attending the meeting.
on this event may be obtained by contacting the