June 4—A BASF Field Day is scheduled for on June 4 from 9:00am-1:00pm at the TAMU Research Farm. TAMU Researchers/ Extension and BASF personnel will be at each stop to cover the Dicamba cotton program, drift to soybeans, weed control in corn/ rotational crops for new technology, cotton seedling control after harvest, grain sorghum & wheat diseases, wheat fertilization with nitrogen management materials, & TDA regulations. Contact, H Ray Smith, Biological Research Service, Inc.
June 9-11-- Export Sorghum, scheduled June 9-11, is a two-day educational seminar geared toward creating networking opportunities while providing both domestic and international grain buyers insight on markets, trade opportunities, contract education and logistics. The event includes a field tour, discussions on trucking, and a tour of the Port of Houston. For the full event schedule and additional information, visit the Sorghum Checkoff website (http://sorghumcheckoff.com/exportsorghum/).