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/).
June 16-- Management of new technology in cotton, plus methods to reduce plant populations in grain sorghum will be part of several presentations scheduled for the 52nd Stiles Farm Field Day scheduled June 16 at the Stiles Farm Foundation in Thrall. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m. with field tours to begin at 8:30. The field day is free and hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. A $10 charge will be assessed for those wanting CEU credits.