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Dickinson Research Extension Center to Host Cereal Disease Workshop

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Farmers tour the research plots at the DREC. (NDSU Photo) Farmers tour the research plots at the DREC. (NDSU Photo)
The focus will be on identification, management and how cereal diseases affect the region.

North Dakota State University’s Dickinson Research Extension Center (DREC) will host a cereal disease workshop June 20 from 9 a.m. to noon MDT.

The workshop will focus on identification, management and how cereal diseases affect the region, as well as disease issues associated with drought conditions.

It will include demonstrations from Andrew Friskop, NDSU Extension plant pathologist, and Ryan Buetow, NDSU area Extension cropping systems specialist.

Workshop topics are:

  • Cereal disease overview
  • Wheat and barley disease management
  • Corn disease management

The workshop will be held on the western edge of Dickinson just north of I-94, exit 59, on the east side of the I-94 business loop.

For more information about the workshop or research being conducted at the DREC, contact Buetow at ryan.buetow@ndsu.edu or 701-456-1106.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - June 12, 2016

Source:Ryan Buetow, 701-456-1106, ryan.buetow@ndsu.edu
Editor:Kelli Armbruster, 701-231-6136, kelli.armbruster@ndsu.edu
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