August 29, 9am–4pmWhere
Fisher Auditorium, OARDC 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, OH
The event will feature panelists with a combined 250 years of no-till experience, as well as a tour of the historic Triplett-Van Doren No-Tillage Experimental Plots. It will also include updates on recent research regarding cover crops, soil health, and more.
The Triplett-Van Doren plots, established in 1962, are known as the longest continually maintained no-till research plots in the world.
Steve Culman, assistant professor of soil fertility for the School of Environment and Natural Resources in CFAES at Ohio State, will be speaking about grain yields during the field day, while Glover Triplett, co-founder of the historic no-till plots, will be among the panelists. Other panelists will include Bill Richards, no-till farmer and former chief, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service; Don Myers, retired from Ohio State University Extension, CFAES’s outreach arm; Bill Haddad, NewDay AG Consulting; and Dave Brandt, no-till farmer and owner of Walnut Creek Seeds.