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July 13, 2020 Morton County Plot Tour & Research Extension Field Days

Renae Gress, Extension Agent/Agriculture and Natural Resources

 

Dates to Remember:

  • July 22: Happy Houseplants, 7pm, Morton Mandan Public Library
  • July 22: Introduction to food preservation, freezing produce for best quality webinar, 2 pm
  • July 23: Plot Tour, 6:30pm, Gietzen Plot
  • July 28-August 1: Morton County 4-H Achievement Days
  • July 29: Let's make jams, jellies and pickles webinar, 2pm
  • Aug. 5: Let's preserve tomatoes and salsa webinar, 2pm

 

2020 Research Extension Center Field Days

North Dakota State University Research Extension Centers have moved their annual field days online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the centers will have prerecorded videos go live on their scheduled field day and some will have a live Zoom webinar. Some sites may be having a live event for a limited number of people so be sure to pre-register at that site for more information.

RECs that have already held their virtual field days include Hettinger, Dickinson, Williston and the Agronomy Seed Farm. Centers with virtual field days this week include Carrington on July 14, North Central (Minot) on July 15, and Langdon on July 16. The Central Grasslands, Oaks Irrigation and Carrington Row Crop Day are all scheduled for late July through late August.

 

Morton County Plot Tour

The annual Morton County Plot Tour will be held Thursday, July 26 at 6:30pm. Glenn Martin, Ryan Buetow and Chris Augustin from the Dickinson REC will be on hand to discuss this year’s varieties. There are 7 barley varieties on display this year which include ND Genesis, CDC Bow, Tradition and AAC Synergy. There are also 13 spring wheat varieties which include Driver, ND Vitpro, Dyna-gro Commander, SY Mccloud and MS Barracuda.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP by Thursday, July 16th by calling the office at 667-3340.

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