Don’t miss the free Forages Field Day, May 12th in Kenansville, Florida.


Looking to increase your know-how and improve your operation’s forage capabilities? Then don’t miss the Forages Field Day this May 12th. Hosted by Griffin Fertilizer, Dow AgroSciences, Silver Spurs and UF/IFAS Extension, the event is slated from 10:00 am to 2:00 p.m. at the Silver Spurs Riding Clubhouse in Kenansville, FL. See the offerings at this free event—which includes lunch—and how to register to save your spot, below.

Forages Field Day Schedule


The Forages Field Day is a free event aimed at helping Central Florida producers to improve their forages program, save money, and expand their agribusiness’s capabilities. The event features presentations by guest speakers Daniel Leckie, with Dow Agrosciences; Dr. Brent Sellers, a UF/IFAS Extension Specialist; and Stacy Strickland, a UF/IFAS Ag Agent. The topics will focus on forages and herbicide/pesticide issues.

The day’s agenda is as follows:

10:00 am – 11:00 am: Explanation of Pasture Herbicide Trials at the demonstration site.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm: Weed Identification, Herbicide selection, Sprayer Calibration, and Invasive Weed Species.

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm: Lunch provided

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Negative Impact of Improper Fertilizer and Pesticide applications on Water. Tour of Best Management Practices demonstration.

The event also offers opportunities to gain Pesticide Continuing Education Units, or CEUs. A total of three CEUs can be earned at the free Forages Field Day.

While the event is free, space is limited. You must register for the event before May 4th. Register here to save your spot at the Forages Field Day.

Can’t make it? Another event is planned for May 18th in Zolfo Springs. Stay tuned for further information.


Griffin Fertilizer is committed to helping both growers and ranchers make sound agronomic and economic decisions in order to maximize the health of their grove and pasture. As a full-service custom dry & liquid fertilizer blender and crop protection product distributor, we will continue our mission to further advance Florida agriculture. For questions or concerns about your farm or pasture, contact us and one of our team will be in touch.