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Strategic Farming: Return on Investment program – February 26 - McIntosh

With many crop budgets either in the red or only just in the black there is a real need to re-evaluate each crop input for the likelihood of its providing a return on investment (ROI).  ROI is the theme of this year’s Strategic Farming program to be held from 9 AM to 12:30 PM on February 26 at the Community Center in McIntosh. 

This program sponsored by the Minnesota Soybean Research & Promotion Council will focus on topics related to soybean production including: How Best to Evaluate Your Crop Budget, Integrated Weed Management: Which Traits Do I Need, ROI for Foliar Fungicides, Managing Soybean Aphid With Limited Tools.

Producers with current licenses that need to re-certify before their private pesticide applicator’s license expires on March 1, 2019 can do so by arriving at 9 AM and staying until the program’s conclusion at 2:30 PM.

To guarantee a lunch will be provided to you pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Either register online ( or call (218) 281-8692 by February 19, 2019.

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