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The school will provide updates on crop, pest and soil management recommendations using hands-on training in field demonstration plots and research trials. The program is designed for crop advisers, but also will be beneficial for farmers.
Field sessions include:
* Weed identification
* Herbicide site-of-action
* Late-season small grain disease management
* Improving soil productivity
* Weed management
School instructors include NDSU crop specialists and researchers Greg Endres, Andrew Friskop, Joe Ikley, Lesley Lubenow, Mike Ostlie and Abbey Wick.
Preregistration is required, and 50 participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants will receive reference materials, refreshments and a noon meal. Certified crop advisers will receive five continuing education units in crop pest, and soil and water management.
A completed preregistration form and $100 fee is required by June 14.