Iowa: Recorded Essential Row Crop Management Webinars Available

    Close up view of tar spot on corn leaf. Photo: Martin Chilvers, Michigan State University

    ISU Extension and Outreach field agronomists, Meaghan Anderson and Angie Rieck-Hinz, recently partnered with their extension colleagues at the University of Minnesota to organize and deliver the second webinar series, Essential Row Crop Management.

    This series featured four topics discussing mid-season crop management.  The topics included Tar Spot identification and in-season management, Soybean Aphid IPM, Corn Rootworm Management and Soybean Gall Midge update.

    These presentations have been recorded and are now available at the Essential Row Crop Management web page. Each webinar included a short discussion on the key topic followed by time for questions and answers. As peoples’ time is limited during a busy season, webinars were limited to about 30 minutes.

    Additional resources for each topic are available in a publicly accessible cloud storage venue called Cybox.

    If you participated in the live webinars, or watch the recordings, we ask to please share your feedback via this survey.  Your feedback helps us to improve delivery and identify future topics.

    Thanks to the generous support of the Iowa Soybean Association, Iowa Corn Growers Association, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council and Minnesota Corn Growers Association, we were able to bring this program to you free of charge.

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