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2019 Prairie Grains RECAP

2019 Prairie Grains RECAP

2019 Prairie Grains Conference

If you missed the conference or a particular session, we have posted the presentations below.

General Session | Wheat Research Session | Soybean Research Session
Break out Sessions | On-Farm Summit

GENERAL SESSION PRESENTATION:
A Stormy September and a Tempestuous Debate; Making Sense of Weather and Climate
– John Wheeler, Chief Meteorologist, WDAY
(This presentation will not be available)

Wheat Industry Trends in Southeast Asia – a Growth Market Like No Other
– Joe Sowers, Regional Vice President-Philippines & South Korea, U.S. Wheat Associates
WHEAT RESEARCH SESSION
Mapping In-Field Wheat Protein Variability
– Melissa Geiszler, NDSU PhD Graduate Student
Wheat Sawfly Update
 Dr. Jochum Wiersma, Small Grains Specialist, U of M Extension
Incorporating a Rye Cover Crop Into a Wheat- Soybean Rotation
– Marcus Mack, Graduate Student, NDSU
Nitrogen Losses from Spring Wheat Fields Across the Red River Valley
– Dr. Amit Chatterjee, Associate Professor, Soil Science, NDSU
Influence of Phosphorus and Potassium Rates in a Multi-Year Spring Wheat-Soybean Crop Rotation
 Dr. Dave Grafstrom, Research Agronomist, U of MN – Magnusson Research Farm, Roseau, MN
SOYBEAN RESEARCH SESSION
Influence of Phosphorus and Potassium Rates in a Multi-Year Spring Wheat-Soybean Crop Rotation
– Dr. Dave Grafstrom, Research Agronomist, U of MN – Magnusson Research Farm, Roseau, MN
Managing Soybean Cyst Nematode with Cover Crops
 Dr. Marisol Berti, Professor, Forages, Cover Crops and Biomass Crops Production, Department of Plant Sciences, NDSU
The Minnesota Challenge: Interactions Between SCN and IDC
– Dr. Seth Naeve, Extension Soybean Agronomist and Associate Professor of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, U of M
Soybean Pest Management Update
– Dr. David Kee, Director of Research, Minnesota Soybean
NW MN Soybean IPM Survey
– Dr. Angie Peltier, Extension Educator – Crops, U of M Extension
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Agriculture and Personal Income Tax Law Updates for 2019
– Greg Dvergsten and Ron Dvergsten, Farm Business Management Instructors, NCTC
Primary and Alternative Crop Budgets and Market Plan
Strategies for 2020
Betsy’s Report– Betsy Jensen and Jessica’s Report – Jessica Hanson, Farm Business Management Instructors, NCTC
Falling Numbers Test Overview & Demonstration – Lynn Thomas, Field Office Manager, USDA-AMS Federal Grain
Inspection Service; Rachel Carlson, Food Scientist and Brian Sorenson, Program Manager, Northern Crops Institute
Soybean and Corn Brand Selection and Variety Crossover Lists
 Dr. Garth Kruger, Director, Evaluation Group, LLC
Resistant Pest Management
– Dr. Seth Naeve, Extension Soybean Agronomist and Associate Professor of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, University of Minnesota
2020 Spring Wheat Variety Selection and New Variety Update
– Dr. Jim Anderson, Spring Wheat Breeder, U of M
Herbicides and Cover Crops; Problems and Possibilities
– Lee Briese, CPCC-1 and CCA, CENTROL Crop Consulting
Marketing Your Sunflowers
– (This presentation will not be available)
Trade is Complicated: The Devil will be in the Details
– Neal Fisher, Administrator, North Dakota Wheat Commission; Joe Sowers, Regional VP, U.S. Wheat Associates
and Kevin Paap, President, MN Farm Bureau
What’s New in Production Management of Prairie Grains – Fred Lukens & Rob Jarek, Stoller USA; Jason Snell, Syngenta;
Christine Spasoff, Syngenta Canada and Garrett Groves, Diacon
(This presentation is not yet available. Please check back)
ON-FARM SUMMIT PRESENTATIONS
7th Annual On-Farm Research Summit
 Melissa Geiszler and Lauren Proulx, On-Farm Research Coordinators
(This presentation is not yet available. Please check back)

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The partners of the Prairie Grains Conference thank all the participants who made this conference successful. We will see you at next year’s conference.
SAVE THE DATE: December 9 & 10, 2020

The 2019 Prairie Grains Conference conference partners are the Minnesota Association of Wheat Growers, the Minnesota Barley Growers Association, the Minnesota Soybean Growers of Northern MN, NCTC Farm Business Management, the North Dakota Barley Council, the North Dakota Grain Growers Assn, and the Minnesota Farm Bureau.