Multiple modes, multiple rates and multiple species. Which combination is a winner? Sheri Strydhorst and Amy Mangin will present the data on plant growth regulators (PGRs) at Top Crop Manager’s Plant Health Summit, to be held from Feb. 25 to 26, 2020, in Saskatoon.
Sheri Strydhorst is a cereal agronomic research scientist with Alberta Agriculture and Amy Mangin is currently a PhD student in the department of plant science at the University of Manitoba focused on intensive spring wheat agronomy. During the Summit, their presentation will provide a deep dive into PGRs in various crops - including wheat, barley and oats - and provide data from recent studies conducted in Alberta and Manitoba.
Several other agronomic decisions influence the efficacy of PGRs, so be sure you're using them to your benefit. Take advantage of the early-bird rate of $120 and register today for the 2020 Plant Health Summit!