Will address the goals of the series and why growers should engage in social media. Presenters will define the objectives and review “return on investment” of engaging in social media and how it fits within the context of agriculture.
Best Western Plus Burley Inn & Convention Center - Burley, ID, United States
Will feature a session with chemical company representatives to offer growers updates on pesticide label and use changes. Will review strip tillage studies on crop residue and nitrogen application rates and placement.
Online at 9:30 am Eastern U.S. time - Washington, DC, United States
The three key points of the briefing include setting up a legal and regulatory framework and removing unnecessary barriers to private seed sector growth; beginning policy interventions in order to increase market capacity for the private seed industry; and requiring gov...
Saskatoon Inn Hotel & Conference Centre, 2002 Airport Drive - Saskatoon , SK, Canada
The purpose of the conference is to lay out key issues that farmers, agribusiness firms, and government will face in the grain marketing, handling, and transportation system that will emerge after the passage of Bill C-18.
University of California Davis, Buehler Alumni and Visitors Center (5:00 to 7:30 pm) - Davis, CA, United States
Monthly networking event with featured speaker Dr. Florence Negre-Zakharov (webcast at 6:30), Assistant Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis - Topic: Investigating fruit volatile metabolism: toward improving crop flavor quality
USDA - Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)
USDA APHIS Center, 4700 River Road - Riverdale, MD, United States
An opportunity for public sector scientists and public and private sector crop
developers to spend two days with regulatory officials and to learn the specifics of putting together an actual dossier for regulatory approval.
DeVos Place Convention Center and the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel - Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
Informative education program for fruit, vegetable and greenhouse growers, and for farm marketers - 63 sessions and workshops over 3 days. Trade show with 400 exhibitors covering four acres of exhibit space in one hall.
Designed for new employees in the seed industry, the course teaches what everyone must know about the main functional areas of a seed company in order to perform optimally in the team as quickly as possible and avoid mistakes.
Online 10:00 AM Central - Brookings, SD, United States
Review of four corn warm germination methods illustrating normal and abnormal seedling appearances - Cold vigor test methods (tray and saturated) and the stresses imposed by each test and their relationship to field performance - The silent killer - field population
Online course offered by the Dept. of Agronomy & Horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
Online graduate-level course offered for noncredit professional development. Course covers standard breeding methods and theories associated with population movement of cross-pollinated crops and self-pollinated crops that are forced to cross-pollinate.
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