Mid-season crops clinic set April 19
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service–Milam County Office will hold a Mid-Season Crops Clinic from 9 a.m. to noon Friday, April 19 at the Thorndale Fireman’s Hall. The event will feature speakers discussing topics pertinent to row crop production in Milam and surrounding counties. This is an exceptional opportunity to participate in an educational clinic to hear from experts on row crop production.
Dr. Gaylon Morgan will present updates on cotton production, Dr. Paul Baumann will provide updates on weed control herbicides, Dr. Thomas Isakeit will discuss aflatoxin control, Dale Mott will provide an crop insect update related to pests of grain and cotton, and Dr. Travis Miller will provide information on evaluating potential freeze damaged wheat and oats.
There will be 3.0 hours CEU (2 Gen, 1 IPM) offered for TDA Private Pesticide Applicator License holders. The session will cost $10 per participant and will include morning coffee and donuts. Pre-registration is not required. Please contact the Milam County Extension Office at 254-697-7045 for more details.
Special thanks to sponsors Thorndale Volunteer Fire Department, who has donated the use of the facility, and Capital Farm Credit, who will provide the morning coffee and donuts.