August Forage Training Events Will Be Participant Interactive

Two forage educational events are being held in southern Indiana on August 20 and 21. Preregistration is required for both events.

The Purdue University Crop Diagnostic Training and Research Center is offering a daylong program at the Feldun-Purdue Agricultural Center located just west of Bedford on Friday August 20. Complete details about this training is at the “Upcoming Events” tab at the Indiana Forage Council website (www.indianaforage.org).

The Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center, located near Dubois, is hosting four Saturday afternoon field days beginning on August 21. The first field day is forage focused. “Private Applicator Recertification Program” points will be offered at this training. Details can be found here SIPAC FORAGE.pdf.

Both training events will be interactive. So interactive in fact, that you likely will leave with grass stains, soil smudges, and hay/silage smells on your clothes!

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What am I? Forage training participants work together to identify the pearl millet plant. (Photo Credit: Keith Johnson)

 

 

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