2019 Agronomic Field Day – Lake Friendly Farming Research

The Ohio State University Extension is pleased to invite you to their 2019 Agronomic Field Day 

On Thursday, June 20, learn firsthand how OSUE works to promote lake friendly farming research, and leading quality research based education. This event is also an excellent occasion to interact with farmers first-hand, speak to OSU leadership, and connect with regional agricultural stakeholders! Certified Crop Adviser credits will be available.

Topics will include:

  • “Effect of Conservation Practices on Ag Phosphorus Loss in Tile Drained Landscapes” – Kevin King, USDA.ARS Soil Drainage Researcher
  • “Demonstration of Precision Fertilizer Placement Equipment” – John Fulton, OSU Extension
  • “eFields Research Reports to Improve Nutrient Management” – Elizabeth Hawkins, OSU Extension
  • “Ultra Early Corn: Does It Have a Fit in Ohio” – Peter Thomison, OSU Extension
  • “Nutrient Balancing with Manure” – Glen Arnold, OSU Extension

Location: Northwest Agricultural Research Station, 4240 Range Line Rd., Custar, OH 43511

Cost: Free and Open to the Public

Lunch provided by Pioneer Hybrids

RSVP for Lunch by June 14: Matt Davis, 419-257-2060, or davis.1095@osu.edu