Milan No-Till Field Day Announces Tour Topics And Sessions

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Total Number Of Presentations Now At 65

   This year’s Milan No-Till Field Day, presented by the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, is proud to announce a total of 16 different tours covering topics in agriculture ranging from hemp to soybeans to beef.
   While COVID-19 has changed the method of delivery, UTIA’s commitment to quality content that impacts the lives of Tennesseans remains the same. Educational resources, tours and a trade show will all be available in an online format beginning July 23.
   The Milan No-Till Field Day tours include multiple sessions and presenters. Attendees can plan for each tour to take about an hour. The complete list of tour topics is shown below.
   • No-Till Basics
   • No-Till Corn Production
   • No-Till Soybean Production
   • Soybean Breeding
   • No-Till Cotton Production in Tennessee
   • Soil Fertility
   • Cover Crops with No-Till
   • Soil Health
   • Water Management
   • Pollinators in Agriculture
   • Precision Agriculture
   • Beef: Back to the Basics
   • Trade, Farm Policy and Production Economics
   • Natural Resources
   • Hemp IPM and Production Considerations
   • TN AgrAbility: Improving Agriculture, Improving Lives
   More details about the talks on each individual tour can be found online at Just click on the “Research Tours” link on the menu bar.
   Registration is free. Visit the website for the Milan No-Till Field Day website to sign up. Attendees can also check in at or follow the Milan No-Till Field Day Facebook page for more updates.
   The field day sessions will remain accessible after July 23. As an added benefit, pesticide recertification points and Certified Crop Advisor continuing education units will remain available through December 31, 2020, to participants who view the online content.
   The virtual field day is being sponsored in part by the Tennessee Farmers Co-op, Americot and Bayer. ∆
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