Palmyra Farm To Host Crop And Forage Chat Friday Morning

A crop and forage chat organized by University of Missouri Extension is set for Friday morning outside Palmyra.  Extension field agronomist Nick Wesslak says the two-hour set of discussions will take place at the Shawn Kiefaber/Kenny Lovelace Farm on County Road 318.

Several topics will focus on continued response to drought conditions.

MU Extension agronomist Nick Wesslak says several University of Missouri experts will be part of the chat, including plant pathologist Mandy Bish, state veterinary toxicologist Tim Evans, and state nitrogen specialist John Lory.

The crop and forage chat is co-sponsored by the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council and MU’s Integrated Pest Management program.  In the event of rain, the chat will move to the livestock barn at Flower City Park.  Registration is not required but encouraged; to sign up or for more information, call Wesslak at 573-769-2177.