The Dakotan: This is Ag Issues with Neil Roberts. Neil Roberts: Welcome to another edition of Ag Issues. Our guest this week is NDSU crop protection specialist, TJ Prochaska. From the North Central Research Extension Center. And TJ, lots of field days on the agenda. And coming up on the near horizon for farmers to partake in one we want to discuss today is in Dickinson, July 13th. Give us the details. TJ Prochaska: That's right. I can't believe how fast the time since you come from or halfway through summer. Of course, next week will be in Dickinson four or fewer days. They got a great line up on tap. They'll really kick off the festivities at 8 a.m.. Dr. Joe Ackley will be there to help identify different types of weeds. Of course, myself to help. I did some particular different types of insects that growers might be finding in their local fields around the area. Neil Roberts: All right. Good stuff. And again, it's July 13th in Dickinson, everybody. Hey, more on field days when we come back. The Dakotan: You're listening to Ag Issues with Neil Roberts on the Dakotan Network. Neil Roberts: Talking upcoming field days today on Ag Issues with T.J. Prochaska and T.J., give us a few more details on this field day coming up in Dickinson's life. 13. TJ Prochaska: That's right. As I've already mentioned, we've had some insect and weed idea already forthcoming, but some other important topics in the area. Dr. Andrew Forrest Gump is going to give an outlook on some of the small green diseases. What he thinks what we see in 2022. Dr. Andrew Green will be on site to talk about the wheat breeding program and some new traits that might be on the horizon. As well as information by Ryan Beto talking about some soil levels and different overviews of issues being seen in that area. That's just part of what you'll see on July 13 as we shift to the afternoon, even a horticulture related field day to take place on July the 20th. We'll even move to the north central part of the area for a field day here at the Minot North Central Research Extension Center. Neil Roberts: Thanks for that, T.J.. And that brings this report to a close. Until next time. I'm Neil Roberts. The Dakotan: You're listening to the Dakotan Network Real. Honest. Local news.