Feral hog trapping, soybean performance in the Blacklands, pecan tree management and the latest farm bill information will all be discussed at the Stiles Farm Field Day scheduled June 19 in Thrall.
- Hosted by the Stiles Farm Foundation and the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
- No registration fee courtesy of the Williamson County Farm Bureau
- Lunch and door prizes will be provided to field day participants courtesy of local agribusiness sponsors
- Two continuing education units will be given for Texas Department of Agriculture pesticide applicator license holders: one general and one integrated pest management
- Tips For Success with Feral Hog Trapping – Dr. John Tomecek, wildlife specialist, San Angelo.
- Innovations in Cotton – Dr. Gaylon Morgan, state cotton specialist, College Station.
- Cotton Pest Management Update – Dr. David Kerns, statewide integrated pest management coordinator, College Station.
- Can Soybeans Work in the Blacklands? – Dr. Ronnie Schnell, cropping system specialist, College Station.
- Cotton Fertility and Cover Crop Management – Dr. Jake Mower, soil specialist, College Station.
- Row Crop Weed Identification and Management – Dr. Scott Nolte, state weed specialist, College Station.
- Farm Bill Update at KC Hall – Dr. Joe Outlaw, AgriLife Extension economist, College Station
- Pecan Production in the Blacklands – Dr. Monte Nesbitt, horticultural specialist, College Station
- Stay Tuff Fence Building Demonstration
For more information about the event including contact information, please visit: https://stilesfarm.tamu.edu/contact/
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