Learn of the latest research on alfalfa management and utilizing native grasses for forage and biofuel at the Western Ohio Forage Day, Aug. 21.

Sponsored by Ohio State University Extension, the event will be held at the Western Agricultural Research Station in South Charleston.

Along with a wagon tour of research station crop trials, there will be presentations on grass interseeded into alfalfa, leafhopper-resistant alfalfa trials, managing alfalfa inputs for high yield and more. A field demonstration on manure slurry seeding will also be held.

Program registration is $20. Payments can be mailed to Amanda Douridas at 18000 State Route 4, Suite E, Marysville, OH 43040. She can be reached at 937-484-1526 or douridas.9@osu.edu

Registration deadline is Aug. 14.

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