Strip Trial Program
Interested in a trial? Contact your local extension office or the project coordinator, Theresa Musket, to get connected with a regional specialist. Email the project coordinator
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The Missouri Strip Trial Program is a grower-focused program designed to help Missouri farmers and crop advisors compare on-farm management decisions and practices in a low-cost, low-risk setting.
This program uses on-farm and field-scale research to provide growers with farm-specific data and information they can use to guide decisions and evaluate best management practices while protecting or improving their bottom line.
The program tools and personalized summary report are available at no cost for Missouri growers involved in the strip trial program.
Goals of the program
- Farmer led and farmer focused
- Applied research/trials….“on-farm”
- Practical info and results for farmers
- Deliver results for next growing season
- Maintain or improve grower profitability
- Enhance environmental stewardship and sustainability
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Event date: Dec. 17, 2019 - Dec. 18, 2019
Event time: | 6:30 am - 4:00 pm
Farmers and crop specialists are invited to attend a special annual conference for industry updates from leading agriculture researchers at the University of Missouri and other institutions across the United States. Continuing Education CCA credits ...
News & articles
- Published: Monday, Nov. 4, 2019
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Farmers ending an erratic crop year have help ahead. To get it, they should enroll for the MU Crop Management Conference in Columbia. Organizer Kevin Bradley, University of Missouri plant scientist, says the annual event fills ...
- Published: Friday, Aug. 2, 2019
COLUMBIA, Mo. – A cover crop planted this fall on land flooded without a crop this year does more than control erosion and weeds. Fall-seeded cover crops can boost corn yields next year. A beneficial soil-borne fungus in healthy soil needs roots to ...
- Published: Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Soybean seed treatment provided a bump in yield but did not show much effect on soybean cyst nematode (SCN) egg counts in 2017 and 2018 data from the University of Missouri Strip Trial Program.As part of the trial, MU researchers ...
- Published: Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018
COLUMBIA, Mo. – New University of Missouri Extension plant pathologist Kaitlyn Bissonnette brings research on soybean cyst nematode (SCN) management to Missouri.SCN numbers are growing in Missouri as farmers devote more acres to soybean production. ...