Annual Conservation Conference Introduces New Crop Research

AgWiki Collaborates with Farmers and Researchers at Conference to Discuss Key Crops and Soil Management

Conference Attendees in Jonesboro, AR

Perryville, MO (April 7, 2022) Agricultural researchers sharing fundamental discoveries in food production has long been a practical path of producing crops and livestock in a manner that best aligns with our environment. Pragmatic utilization and conservation of soil and water are essential to long-term success when challenged with climate modifications, soil health, and pests related to the ecology of corn, rice, cotton, soybean production.

Nearly 90 presentations were made available to attendees of the 25th Annual Conference, held in Jonesboro, AR, in mid-February. Agronomic researchers, farmers, and crop advisors gathered to share information in various sessions and participate in roundtable discussions. “Distributing information through venues of this nature is crucial to the continued success of global agriculture,” said John LaRose Jr., President and Executive VP of AgWiki, Inc. LaRose also serves as the President and Publisher of MidAmerica Farm Publications (MAFP).

The conference was a production of AgWiki, Inc. in conjunction with MAFP and was sponsored by Cotton Incorporated and U.S. Rice Producers Association. The Southern Corn & Soybean Conference was co-sponsored by the United Soybean Board and the Mid-South Soybean Board. The Delta States Irrigation Conference was co-sponsored by the Mississippi Water Resources Research Institute and the Missouri Rice Research and Merchandising Council.

During the two-day event, several parties were recognized for individual and team contributions in various areas of agriculture production and conservation.
A complete list of awardees and sponsors can be found at: https://www.flipsnack.com/mafgnet/mafg-march-4-2022-issue-9/full-view.html

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