2022 WSU Wheat Academy
December 13 & 14: The Wheat Academy offers hands-on learning.
PULLMAN, Wash. Two days of comprehensive, hands-on learning await participants of the WSU Wheat Academy. Growers and industry professionals from all over the Pacific Northwest are invited to the WSU Pullman campus on December 13 and 14 to learn about disease diagnostics, insect pest management, herbicide decisions, soil health, and much more directly from the experts during intensive, 90-minute sessions.
The Wheat Academy will begin at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, December 13 with registration. It will be held in the teaching laboratories of the Vogel Plant Bioscience Building on the WSU Pullman campus. Registration is $85 for growers and $170 for industry representatives. Registration is limited to the first 72 registrants. The registration fee covers parking on campus, two lunches, a catered social hour, and light refreshments throughout the two-day event. Registration will open on October 10. To find more information, visit smallgrains.wsu.edu/2022-wheat-academy/.
During the Academy, participants will get to select eight sessions to attend out of the twelve available. There will be six sessions each day from which to choose. This year's sessions are:
-Wheat Breeding & Cereal Variety Testing, Dr. Clark Neely and Dr. Arron Carter
-The Science of Falling Numbers, Dr. Kim Garland-Campbell, Dr. Camille Steber, Dr. Alecia Kiszonas, and Dr. Alison Thompson
-Soil Physical Properties & Soil Health, Dr. Haly Neely
-Diagnosing and Managing Diseases of Wheat, Dr. Tim Murray and Cassandra Bates
-Winter Pulse Crop Production, Dr. Steve Van Vleet and Dr. Lyndon Porter
-Wheat Growth & Development, Aaron Esser
-Biology and Management of Hessian Fly & Aphids in Wheat, Dale Whaley and Dr. Sanford Eigenbrode
-Breeding Barley for Beer, Dr. Robert Brueggeman
-Agronomics of Dryland Grain Hemp Production, Dr. Don Wysocki
-Managing Weeds with Less Reliance on Herbicides, Dr. Ian Burke and Dr. Drew Lyon
-The Soil Microbiome and Soil Health, Dr. Timothy Paulitz and Dr. David Huggins
-Macrofauna & Soil Health: Getting to know our below-ground partners in PNW wheat systems, Dane Elmquist, Kendall Kahl, Dr. Jodi Johnson-Maynard, and Dr. Sanford Eigenbrode
Washington and Idaho Pesticide Recertification credits will be available for four sessions which are, Diagnosing and Managing Diseases of Wheat, Biology and Management of Hessian Fly & Aphids in Wheat, Managing Weeds with Less Reliance on Herbicides. CCA CEU's will be available for all sessions.
For more information, visit smallgrains.wsu.edu/2022-wheat-academy, contact Drew Lyon by phone 509-335-2961 or email at email@example.com, or contact Blythe Howell by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will not accept refunds after 12/9/2022.
** If you need to park on the WSU Campus, an email with instructions on how to claim your permit will be sent out on November 14, 2022. You will need to click the link and input your vehicle license plate number. If renting a vehicle, please do not claim the permit until you know the license plate of your rental. **
Vogel Plant Biosciences Building (directly across from Martin Stadium) (View)
1705 NE Stadium Way
Pullman, WA 99164
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