Michigan State University Extension and Agro100 partnered to trial two potato starter fertilizer programs in a commercial potato field.
Michigan State University Extension’s 2018 winter meetings offer updates on pest and crop management, as well necessary information on new regulations.
Attend sessions on pollinator conservation, climate change, H2A worker program, direct marketing and wine grape canopy management and winemaking practices.
Growers needing a few more credits in 2017 have until Dec. 31 to complete the online Desire to Learn IPM course.
Register and attend one of three Worker Protection Standards (WPS) and Respirator Fit-Testing meetings in January 2018 throughout Michigan.
Small-scale field trial of 36 different potato varieties were planted in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, allowing farmers to survey results and choose promising varieties for their next growing season.
The Beginning Farmer Webinar Series provides an information boost to new farm businesses. A new series will begin Jan. 17, 2018.
As the end of the year approaches, growers can take advantage of the new online Integrated Pest Management Academy and earn six credits towards their Michigan Pesticide Applicators License.
Participants at the 2017 IR-4 Food Use Workshop identified the most important research projects for the 2018 IR-4 food-use research program.
Learn about integrated pest management and earn pesticide recertification credits with new, on-demand, online course.