UMN Extension Offers Small Grains Update Workshops

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The University of Minnesota Extension has organized a series of regional and online workshops for producers of small grains. The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics: production agronomics, variety selection, soil fertility, and economics.

Event Schedule

Visit the links listed below to register and to view other event details.


Small Grains Update—Webinar

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics

Small Grains Update—Benson

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics

Small Grains Update—Cold Spring

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics

Small Grains Update—Slayton

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics

Small Grains Update—Floodwood

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics

Small Grains Update—Rochester

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics

Small Grains Update—New Prague

The Small Grains Update offers the latest recommendations for production and pest management. These workshops will be discussion-based meetings with a unique regional focus and include the following topics:

  • Production agronomics
  • Variety selection
  • Soil fertility
  • Economics