Producers will get an advanced look at how insects, plants and microbes communicate as crops grow at the Agriculture’s Innovative Minds (AIM) Symposium Jan. 28 in Salina, Kan.
The AIM Symposium will immediately follow the 20th anniversary Winter Conference Jan. 26-27, also in Salina. The symposium theme, “Plants, Bugs, and Microbes: Do You Hear What I Hear?” will examine how plants, insects and the soil communicate by releasing chemicals to send messages. This communication can benefit plants in need of resources or protection.
Registration for AIM is $250 through Dec. 18 and $300 thereafter. Registration for AIM may also be purchased with the Winter Conference for $450. To register, visit notill.org.