The annual conference will be held virtually and feature 16 sessions. As in previous conferences, this meeting will cover current topics such as the 2021 corn and soybean markets; the latest on dicamba and 2,4-D; and emerging diseases.
The annual meeting also serves as a showcase for research conducted to benefit Missouri producers, and will include sessions on non-conventional weed management tools to manage herbicide resistance; effects of soil health on insect pests; and much more.
Details and registration information can be found on the Crop Management Conference web page. There will be 16 CEU credits offered. Pre-registration is recommended in order to ensure receipt of log-in information.
Given the need to hold the event in a virtual format this year, internet access with the ability to view and hear video and a valid individual email address will be required to participate in this virtual event.