Attend the Northeast Iowa Crop Conference on February 8 in Tama Hall, Hawkeye Community College campus, located south of Waterloo.
The conference will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and feature sessions on genetically modified crops and their role in weed, insect, and disease management; fertilizer recommendations, manure utilization and precision ag technologies; value-retained ag project development; South American crop competition; and the politics of crop production and how producers can influence that process. Speakers will include ISU research and extension staff, agribusiness representatives, and farm commodity group leaders.
Preregistration is not required. There will be a $10 registration collected at the door. Registration is at 9 a.m. CCA credits have been requested for several of the sessions. Additional information on this conference is available from your county extension office or by calling George Cummins at 515-228-1453.
This article originally appeared on page 9 of the IC-484 (1) -- January 31, 2000 issue.