January 15, 2018
The fifth annual Wisconsin Cover Crop Conference “Investing in Your Farm’s Future” will be held February 27th at the Holiday Inn and Conference Center, Stevens Point. Barry Fisher, Central Re... Read more
January 12, 2018
Special Event Thursday, February 8th, 6:30 pm - Join us for an edifying and gratifying evening for the soul and taste buds! "The Louisiana Connection" -... Read more
January 3, 2018
This FREE webinar series will highlight the latest Wisconsin research on cover crops and soil health. The series will be 6 weeks long, every Wednesday from 12pm-1pm (except for the week of February 7 ... Read more
December 12, 2017
Governor Walker signed a bill last week legalizing hemp production in Wisconsin. Gazette writer, Jim Dayton, talked with Michael Fields Ag Institute's Researcher Allison Pratt-Szeliga about what le... Read more
June 16, 2017
The Michael Fields Agricultural Institute (MFAI) has long been concerned about soil and water conservation and environmental sustainability. In recent years, an increasing number of landowners have ap... Read more
- 20michaelfields.orgW2493 County Rd ES, East Troy, WI 53120, USA
Interseeding Red Clover in Winter Wheat Cover
DATE: Wednesday September 20 (Rain date September 21*)
TIME: 1-4 p.m.
LOCATION: Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, W2493 County ES, East Troy, WI 53120
An in-depth look at the practice of interseeding a red clover cover crop in winter wheat examining specific production practices and management, nitrogen credits and crediting for corn, impact on conservation compliance using SNAPlus and economics. It will feature a combination of classroom and field presentations including the 2017 cover crop and corn following last year’s cover crop at a local farm, drawing on 20-years’ experience and research data on the practice. Three (3) CEUs in crop management are available and materials include a binder containing the most up to date cover crop references.
These professional development opportunities are a joint effort of the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, UW-Extension and the North Central SARE Professional Development Program. They are designed for professionals who advise farmers and will provide an opportunity for in-depth discussion of cover crop management.
The event is FREE. Register by September 18th – contact Jim Stute phone (262)642-3303 x112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.