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Oklahoma no-till conference scheduled


The No-till Oklahoma Conference will be held Feb. 8 and 9 at the National Center for Employee Development in Norman, Okla. The conference is designed to bring the latest development in no-till cropping systems to farmers and ranchers from Oklahoma and surrounding states.

"We will have a great mix of specialists from the region as well as information from area producers," Chad Godsey, OSU Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, said.

Godsey said one of the differences from past years is that they have designed the program to go into greater detail as producers get more experience with no-till systems. This year's conference will offer more breakout sessions so attendees have more to choose from. As always, the program will offer information for the beginning no-tiller to the experienced no-tiller.

Sessions this year will provide information on forage-based no-till cropping systems, nutrient management, soil-water management, successful weed management, carbon storage, crop rotation, and understanding disease and insect control for no-till.

"The producer to producer interaction during breaks and presentations is what makes the conference a success," Godsey said. "This year's program on paper should beat the past two years."

Cost for attending the conference for both days is $125 per person if registration is made prior to Jan. 20. After Jan. 20, the cost will be $150 per person. Conference registration does not include hotel accommodations.

Registration information can be found online at orangehub.okstate.edu. For more information, call Janelle Malone at 405-744-3669.



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