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Permalink Organic Principles Review Field Day

June 13, 2017
Bozeman, Montana

The Organic Advisory and Research Council (OAEC), Montana State University Extension, Montana Farmers Union, and the Montana Organic Association present this event. In the morning, presentations by MSU faculty and staff will provide updates on research at the Fort Ellis Research Station into organic ways to control weeds, increase yields, improve rotations, and integrate livestock into cropping systems. Afternoon presentations on the MSU campus will cover an overview of the following: five-year rotation using contrasting systems; crop yield and quality; weed management, including bindweed research; beneficial insects; soil quality and greenhouse gas emissions; assessing climate change impacts; and integrating livestock into cropping systems. In addition presenters will share an economic overview of the systems and discuss ongoing and future organic research initiatives including what the future may hold for food and organic production. The tour is free and open to the public. Pre-register by June 6 at: (Preferred), or with Fabian Menalled 406-994-4783.

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