The Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) is offering farmers, landowners and agronomists valuable information on agronomic and environmental practices during their ISA Research Conference early next month. The two-day event begins with presentations on land-management, weed control and developing pollinator habitats. The second day has participants separating into over 30 breakout sessions highlighting topics including soil and water quality, on-farm research results, pest management and conservation technology. The event takes place on Feb. 7 and 8 at the Iowa Center in Des Moines. Registration for the conference is $175, and certified crop advisers are eligible to receive credit for sessions attended. Individual day prices are available. The link to register can be found included below this story.