Join Gary Bergstrom and Jenn Thomas-Murphy from Cornell at the Small Grains Management Virtual Field Day!
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are not able to hold our traditional, in-person, Small Grains Management Field Day at Cornell’s Musgrave Research Farm this year. However, we invite you to participate in our first virtual Small Grains Field Day via Zoom. This will be an opportunity to learn about the latest in small grains development, management, and markets. Highlights this year include an introduction to Cornell’s first ‘Born, Bred, and Brewed in New York’ spring barley variety. All participants on the call will be invited to ask questions and make comments. No registration is required. So please plan to log-in to Zoom (instructions below) before 10 AM on June 4. Looking forward to hearing and seeing you on Zoom!
Questions? Gary Bergstrom (email@example.com ) or Jenn Thomas-Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Password: smallgrain (you will be asked to enter this before you are admitted to the call)
Meeting ID: 961 7088 0521
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If you have never participated in a Zoom meeting, you will need to install the Zoom software before you can attend our virtual field day. Instructions for installing the Zoom client on Windows and Mac Desktop computers, Apple iOS devices, Android devices, and ChromeOS devices are available on the Cornell IT website at https://it.cornell.edu/zoom/install-zoom-software.
BEST PRACTICES FOR ZOOM ETIQUETTE:
- Please ensure your mic is muted and camera off while presenters are speaking
- Wear appropriate clothing in case you are seen on camera
- Be aware of noise around you, and try not to watch in a busy location. This will make it easier for you to hear as well as everyone else in the session if you come off mute
- Camera and mic can be used for questions during open discussion segments
- Use the ‘chat box’ and ‘raise hand’ functions of Zoom to signal to the hosts that you’d like to ask a question