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MSU Extension cropping seminars set for Jan. 8-11 in Golden Triangle


December 13, 2017

Courtesy photo/Darrin Boss

Darrin Boss, superintendent of the Northern Agricultural Research Center of Montana State University, will present management recommendations and an economic analysis focused on integrating beef cattle into cover crops specific to the Golden Triangle area, in cropping seminars in the area in January.

MSU News Service

BOZEMAN - Montana State University Extension will host a free, annual cropping seminar series Jan. 8-11 in Fort Benton, Chester, Havre, Shelby, Cut Bank, Choteau, Conrad, Stanford and Great Falls.

Topics will include integrating beef cattle into cover crops, soil fertility, why pesticides may not work as designed and partial budgeting analysis.

Clain Jones, MSU Extension soil fertility specialist, will speak about soil fertility and inoculation of pulse crops and nutrient management after both wet and dry years.

Jones will first discuss fertilization and inoculation of...

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