Thursday, July 24, 2014
The Nation's Largest Field Day
Devoted to Improving the Production
of No-Till Crops
Visitors Previous Tour Reports Tillage Stats for TN Exhibits
Every other year the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture hosts the largest conservation tillage event in the nation, the Milan No-Till Crop Production Field Day. The 28th No-Till Field Day takes place at the UT AgResearch and Education Center at Milan on Thursday, July 24, 2014.
Event registration typically begins at 6:00 a.m. with research tours starting at 7:00 a.m. The program has been expanded to now include research tours that focus on important agricultural issues such as weed control, seed treatments, precision agriculture and irrigation, as well as specific tours for each of the major row crops grown in Tennessee.
"The Milan No-Till Field Day features some of the brightest minds in agricultural research," says Dr. Blake Brown, director, UT AgResearch and Education Center at Milan. "We think producers can greatly benefit from the research findings that will be presented on these tours, whether it be through increasing production, reducing expenses or improving marketing skills."
The final tours of the day will begin at 1:00 p.m. Most tours may be completed in 1 hour and 30 minutes, so arrive early if you want to attend multiple tours. Between tours, guests are encouraged to visit the extensive industry/educational trade show, or cool off by exploring the West Tennessee Agricultural Museum.
The Milan No-Till Crop Production Field Day is a free event. It began in 1981 and has been attended by visitors from around the world. The AgResearch and Education Center at Milan is known as the birthplace of Tennessee no-till.
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