February 10, 12am–12amWhere
Andersons Marathon Ethanol 5728 Sebring Warner Road , Greenville, Ohio 45331
Producers and agriculture professionals can get an update on the 2016 corn market and learn how to budget a profitable corn crop at a workshop led by farm management experts with the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University.
The 2016 Corn College is a daylong workshop offered on Feb. 10 that will focus on what farmers need to know to operate a successful operation.
The goal of the workshop is to help farmers focus on critical topics that can help them not only get the most bang for their buck, but to also raise the profit potential for their farms.
Topics will include:
A 2016 Market Outlook.
Budgeting a Profitable Corn Crop.
Agronomic Practices that Optimize Profitability in Corn Production-Perception versus Reality.
Nitrogen Timing and Needs During Corn Development.
Darke County On-Farm Research Results, including nitrogen response and manure side dress.
Insect Pressure on Today’s Genetics and Future Control.
Fungicide Effects on Disease, Ear Rot and Yield in Field Corn.
Decision-Making with High Resolution Crop Imagery.
Registration for the workshop is $50 and includes the program, handouts, breakfast and lunch. Contact Sam Custer at 937-548-5215 for more information or a registration form. The deadline to register is Feb. 3.