Webinar Recording: Wheat Marketing and Weed Control

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Looking for updates on weed control and grain marketing?

The recording of Part 2 of our “Wheat Production Series” is available on YouTube.

Topics:

  • Dr. Wesley Everman, Extension Weed Specialist, “Post-emergent Weed Control in Wheat,” Planning your weed control to stay ahead of winter weeds.
  • Dr. Nicholas Piggott, Extension Specialist, Agriculture and Resource Economics, “Utilizing the Grain Marketing Tool,” Basics of grain marketing and steps on how to use the new online tool to help you get the best price for your wheat and other grain crops.
  • Q&A Session on marketing and weed control.

Please respond to our short evaluation survey if you attended or viewed the recording.

See information for Part 3 of the series coming in January 2021.

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Jenny Carleo, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJenny CarleoArea Specialized Agent, Agriculture - Grain Crops Serves 19 CountiesBased out of IredellCall Jenny Email Jenny N.C. Cooperative Extension, Iredell County Center

Contributing Author

Jason Weathington, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionJason WeathingtonExtension Agent, Agriculture - Urban Horticulture Call Jason Email Jason N.C. Cooperative Extension, Cumberland County Center
Posted on Nov 17, 2020
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