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Haskell Ag Lab Science & Ag Family Field Day

Make plans to attend the Haskell Ag Lab (HAL) Science & Ag Family Field Day on Wednesday, August 3, 2022. The event will run from 9 AM to 3 PM.  This event will also celebrate 65 years of ag research and extension success at HAL. The Haskell Ag Lab is located 1 ½ miles east of Concord, Nebraska.  A tentative schedule is below.   Flyer

The Haskell Ag Lab has various research trials and demonstrations going on.  This article features some of those trials.  You will find trials on alfalfa density trial, soybean gall midge, stink bug (IPM), cover crops, insect monitoring network, packing/chop length/coverage of silage, corn and soybean caterpillar movement and behavior, insecticide efficacy trials, beekeeping, our hybrid hazelnut planting demonstration, and riparian buffer strip. More trial and demonstration information will be added as it is available.

Research Trials and Demonstrations at the Haskell Ag Lab

This event is on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 9 AM.  Come out to the Haskell Ag Lab for coffee, refreshments, and conversation with the staff at the lab. This will be a very informal time. Feel free to bring suggestions for programs. We look forward to seeing you. The next one will be on Tuesday, June 14.

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