The 7th Workshop on New Technologies for Field Crops

Our 7th Annual Workshop on New Technologies for Field Crops was held via Zoom on June 3, 2020. We had great turnout, expertise speakers, and an informative time. The theme of this year’s workshop was “New Crops for Arizona and the Southwest Desert.” The workshop offered opportunity to discuss opportunities and challenges of new crops to the region, like Industrial Hemp, Guayule, Guar, and Rhodes grass.

In response to many requests, presentations are now available online.

Field Crops “Clinics”

There were many timely and issue-driven presentations during University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Field Crops “Clinics” in Buckeye on January 6, 2020.

The Event’s presentations are now available online.

The 6th Workshop on New Technologies for Arizona Field Crops

The 6th Workshop on New Technologies for Arizona Field Crops was held on June 12, 2019 at UA Maricopa Agricultural Center. The presenters discusses several topics, including: precision cultivation, planting and mechanical weeding technologies, limited irrigation impacts on Silage production, corn silage development advisories, agriculture water status, new cotton insecticides & new predator thresholds, and management of summer forage pests. Several industry representatives provided updates on new technologies, chemistries and seeds.

The sponsors of this workshop are: The University of Arizona’s Field Crops IPM Program, FMC Corporation, West Gaines Seed & Americot, Corteva Agriscience, Bayer Crop Science, Syngenta.

The following are links to presentations from the workshop: