Pulse and Soybean Agronomy Workshop - November 7 & 8
November 08, 2017
This workshop will focus on four key areas: weed management, disease management, fertility, and nodulation, as well as rotations, sustainability, and soil health.
What: Pulse and Soybean Agronomy Workshop
When: November 7 & 8, 2017, 8:30 to 4:30 p.m. each day
Where: Prairieland Park, Saskatoon
This two day event focuses entirely on best management practices as well as the latest research results pertaining to growing peas, lentils, chickpeas, faba beans, and soybeans. Topics include weed management, disease management, fertility and inoculants, as well as the impact of pulses on soil biology, soil health, rotations, and sustainability.
There is a strong lineup of speakers and plenty of opportunity to have questions answered and to participate in discussion. A portion of the event will include roundtable discussions to further develop agronomic priorities for pulses and soybeans.
If you are a pulse or soybean grower or if you advise pulse growers, this event is for you.
For more details on the the workshop, check out the agenda.
Registration is now open, click here to register yourself for this event.
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** There will be CCA and CCSC credits available. This workshop is great professional development for agrologists.**