Chamberlin will return to discuss "Building a Better Peanut."
During lunch, Gayle White, Oklahoma Peanut Delegate, of Frederick, and Bob Parker of Atlanta, Georgia, will give the "National Peanut Board Update."
NPB delegate/alternate nominations and election also will be conducted during the noon hour.
Following lunch, Dr. John Damicone, Oklahoma State University Extension plant pathologist, Stillwater, will talk about "Building a Peanut Disease Management Program" at 1 p.m.
Gary McManus, Oklahoma Mesonet associate State Climatologist, Norman, Okla., will follow and discuss the weather outlook with "La Nina, What is the Forecast?"
Dr. Todd Baughman, OSU Ag Biosciences, Ardmore, Okla. will look at "Building a Successful Foundation for Peanut Weed Management."
Tyron Spearman of Tifton, Georgia, will emcee the day's Expo event.
For more information, contact Dr. Chamberlin at 405-624-1244, Extension 225, or you can reach her my Email at Kelly.Chamberlin@ARS.USDA.GOV or call Kubicek at the OPC office at 405-275-5994 or reach him by Email at email@example.com.
The room reservations deadline for the overnight of Thursday, March 14, is March 6.
A special rate for the peanut event is $70 for a single, or $89 for a double. You can call the Quartz Mountain Resort toll free at 877-999-5567, Extension 2, or direct at 580-563-2424 to make your room reservation.