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Cover Crops for Prevented Planting- Café Talks (06/13/19)

We are planning a series of Café Talks on cover crops in prevented planting situations. These will be an excellent opportunity to meet with NDSU Specialists and Researchers to run through options.

We are planning a series of Café Talks on cover crops in prevented planting situations.  These will be an excellent opportunity to meet with NDSU Specialists and Researchers to run through options. We will have insurance representatives there to provide input during the conversation.   Like all Café Talks, these will be a discussion of options for mixes based on next crop in rotation, soil type, herbicide residual, fertility and any other questions that come up.  No need to RSVP, just show up. 

Bring information on herbicide applications, fertility, next crop in rotation and goals so that we can customize plans.

 

June 17, 9:30 – 11:00    Casselton            

Governors Inn, Flickertale Room, 2050 Governors Drive, 701-347-4524

     Specialists: Joe Ikley (weeds), Marisol Berti (cover crops), Dave Franzen (fertility), Abbey Wick (soil health)

                Coffee and Muffins provided

June 17, 12:30 – 2:00    Valley City          

AgCountry Farm Credit Services, 220 Winter Show Rd SW, 701-845-1751

     Specialists: Joe Ikley (weeds), Marisol Berti (cover crops), Dave Franzen (fertility), Abbey Wick (soil health)

                Lunch provided

June 18, 10:30 – 12:30   Gwinner                 

Springs Golf Course, 565 Bogey Road, 701-678-3910

     Specialists: Joe Ikley (weeds), Dave Franzen (fertility), Abbey Wick (soil health)

                Lunch provided

June 20 , 11:00 – 12:30    Jamestown

                IDK Bar and Grill, 1009 13th St NE, 701-952-5550 

                    Specialists: Joe Ikley (weeds), Marisol Berti (cover crops), Abbey Wick (soil health)

Lunch provided

 

The 2019 Café Talks continue to be supported by the ND Corn Council, ND Soybean Council and ND Wheat Commission. 

Abbey Wick

Extension Soil Health Specialist

701-850-6458

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