2017 Field Day

Field days include facility tours, explanations of research projects and results and a chance for community members, producers, legislators and agribusiness representatives to speak with MSU scientists and Extension agents.

The public is invited to attend free annual field days across Montana to tour and learn about the people, places and projects involved with agricultural research at Montana State University's College of Agriculture and Montana Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES).

 

Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at 9am

Summer Field Tour Agenda

Welcome

Warm-season crop sequence study (Simon Fordyce, research associate, CARC)

Barley varieties (Jamie Sherman, MSU barley breeder)

Spring wheat varieties (Pat Carr, MSU CARC Superintendent)

Winter wheat varieties (Phil Bruckner, MSU winter wheat breeder)

Pulse inoculant and fertility management (Clain Jones, MSU Extension Soils Specialist)

Pea, Lentil, and Chickpea VTs/nurseries (Kevin McPhee, MSU Pulse crop breeder)

Crop Disease Outlook (Mary Burrows, MSU Extension Plant Pathologist)

Barley rotation and nematodes (Andy Burkhart, MSU grad student)

Pulse inoculant studies/soil microbiology (Jed Eberly, CARC Assistant Professor, Agronomy/Microbiology

 

2017 Field Day Photos

 
CARC Advisory Board MeetingSimon Fordyce, research associate, CARCDr. Jamie Sherman, MSU barley breederTraveling on the wagonsDr. Pat Carr, MSU CARC SuperintendentDr. Phil Bruckner, MSU winter wheat breederWinter wheat varietyDr. Pat Carr, MSU CARC SuperintendentDr. Clain Jones, MSU Extension Soils SpecialistDr. Kevin McPhee, MSU Pulse crop breederDr. Mary Burrows, MSU Extension Plant PathologistChickpeasAndy Burkhart, MSU grad studentJed Eberly, CARC Assistant Professor, Agronomy/MicrobiologyCentral Agricultural Research Center Staff

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