-Oilseed variety trials including 18 spring camelina lines
-Rotation analysis of canola
-Residual herbicide effects on canola and weed control options for canola and other potential oilseed crops
-Greenbridge and sprayout herbicide timing effects on Rhizoctonia and other root diseases
-Added value from oilseed crops
-Canola and mustard meal profiles and marketing opportunities
-Wheat/straw composition and amount of residue needed to maintain soil quality
In addition, research of the USDA-ARS Land Management and Water Conservation Research Unit, located at the WSU-Pullman campus will be showcased throughout the day.
A morning field tour will be followed by a hosted lunch program paying tribute to Dennis Roe, long-time NRCS conservationist and agronomist who retired last June, after 41 years of service in the Inland Northwest.