Interested in the latest MSU recommendations for planting corn and soybeans? Tune in to the Field Crops Virtual Breakfast!

Join the Field Crops Virtual Breakfast on April 30 as MSU’s Manni Singh discusses his latest recommendations for planting corn and soybeans.

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Photo by Mike Staton, MSU Extension

Join us for the Michigan State University Extension Field Crops Virtual Breakfast at 7 a.m. on Thursday, April 30, 2020, when Manni Singh, MSU Extension cropping systems specialist, will present his latest recommendations for planting corn and soybeans. The recommendations are based on recent research conducted in Michigan and will help field crop producers maximize yield potential while minimizing weather risk. Specific topics will include planting dates, planting rates and corn and soybean maturity selection. Singh will also answer questions from participants. MSU agriculture climatologist Jeff Andresen will provide the weekly weather update following Singh's presentation.

The Field Crops Virtual Breakfast sessions are held every week during the growing season via Zoom. These virtual meetings take place every Thursday morning from 7-7:30 a.m. from April 16 through Sept. 10, 2020.

Participating is easy and free! You can join the live meeting via Zoom using a computer, tablet, mobile device or regular phone line. If you are new to Zoom, simply download the Zoom app and you will be ready to join online every week to see visuals shared by presenters. A call-in by phone option is also available but note that you will only hear the audio portion.

Participants must sign up to receive an email notification with instructions for joining the Virtual Breakfast. You only need to do this once and you will receive the Zoom link and call-in phone number, as well as weekly reminders every Wednesday. Participants receiving emails can opt in or out at any time.

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If you are unable to sign up online, call the Lapeer County MSU Extension office at 810-667-0341.

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