“What could have been?” is the question that will be answered at an upcoming presentation at the Peninsular Agricultural Research Center in Sturgeon Bay. The Peninsular Fall Agronomy Field Day is a companion to an earlier spring meeting as farmers struggled to get crops planted because of the weather. That led to several “hindsight plots” that focused on different strategies for alternative silage and cover crops affected by the rainy spring. Door County UW Agriculture Educator Annie Deutsch says weeds were something they struggled with all summer in the test plots.
The field day is set for September 4th at the Peninsular Agricultural Research Center from 10 am to 4 p.m.