2023 SHOP TALKS: Breaking Down Fungicides




Event Details

Event Offers DEC Credits

Date

April 14, 2023

Time

1pm

Location

Mahaney Farms (Steuben County)
8316 Canaseraga Road
Arkport, NY 14807

Host

Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program



These in-person workshops are for Field Crop Producers to learn more about equipment, crop rotations, fungicides, and various management considerations. Registration is preferred, but not required. Contact Katelyn Miller at 716-640-2047 or km753@cornell.edu for registration and any questions. A light lunch will be provided at all meetings, thanks to our generous sponsors!

Learn how fungicides work, ideal spraying conditions and how to reduce spray drift. Mahaney Farm will speak on their on-farm fungicide program, and how they utilize airplane application on their corn and wheat acreage.

0.5 DEC credits in 1a, 10, & 21



Shop Talk Flyer (PDF; 741KB)


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