This year’s Agronomy Day will feature a wide range of topics, including crop production, crop protection, regenerative agriculture, robotics, technology, and economic. The presentations from ACES faculty, staff, and graduate students will be held at three locations over five weeks. Agronomy Day field events will begin on July 22 and run through Aug. 19. Reserve your space by registering for the date you wish to attend.
July 29 Topics
- Friends in the Field: Biological Controls in Specialty Crops by Dr. Kacie Athey
- What is Subsoil P Supply Power? Updating the Illinois Agronomy Handbook by Dr. Andrew Margenot
- Management of Soybean and Corn Seedling Diseases by Dr. Santiago Mideros
- Economics of Conservation Practices: Results from PCM by Dr. Gary Schnitkey, Sarah Sellars, and Dr. Laura Gentry
- Utilization of Cover Crops for Cattle Grazing and Harvested Feedstuffs by Kylie Ewing
- Weed Management in Early Planted Soybeans by Kip Jacobs
The State of Illinois is now in Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois plan. Following these guidelines, all unvaccinated event attendees must wear face coverings in university spaces. This will be enforced on an honor system. If you need an accommodation to participate, contact the College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.