Connect with MSU campus specialists each week via the MSUE Field Crops Virtual Breakfast
The May 3, 2018, virtual breakfast is now online. Listen to an online recording or call in live, early on Thursday mornings.
Listen to the April and May 3 virtual breakfasts at the Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) Virtual Breakfast web page.
What’s it all about?
Michigan State University Extension specialists and educators who work with field crops have a new offering this season, a series of “Virtual Breakfast” meetings. These 30-minute online meetings include discussion of current field and weather conditions, timely crop production tips and the latest information on emerging issues likely to impact farmers. The meetings are recorded and posted online, too.
The typical structure is a 10-minute update from a campus faculty specialist, then a 10-minute update from MSU agricultural meteorologist and climate specialist Jeff Andresen, followed by 10 minutes of open questions and discussion from all participants. A sampling of upcoming topics includes: May 10 – wheat update; May 17 - alfalfa cutting schedules; May 24 - early-season insects; May 31 – Corn sidedress N.
Join us live
The live, online meetings occur 6:30–7 a.m. every Thursday through June 21, and every other Thursday from July 12 to Aug. 30, 2018 (See a list of dates). Participants can join and see presenters and their graphics by using their computer, mobile device or regular phone line (audio only). Follow the Zoom link at https://msu.zoom.us/j/552324349 to join online, or call in by dialing 669-900-6833, Meeting ID: 552-324-349.