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One Corn College Session for Farmers Still Open for July

June 29, 2011
By: Margy Eckelkamp, Farm Journal Machinery Editor and Test Plot Director

There are only 100 seats left for a two-day Corn College session in July.

Corn College “Classic”
The Farm Journal Corn College “Classic” session provides practical, hands-on training to help corn growers advance their production skills, increase yields and improve their profitability. Corn College alumni ready to broaden their knowledge from previous years are encouraged to attend this session. Located at the Corn College campus, near Bloomington, Ill. 
Thursday and Friday, July 21 to 22; two-day session for farmers
General Sessions and Breakout Sessions include:
·         The Importance of Water
·         Dig to Identify Soil Density
·         Soil Density Demonstrations
·         In-Field Diagnostics
·         Understand the Risks of Farm Transportation
·         ABCs of Sulfur and Micronutrients
·         Make Variable Rate Work
·         Identify and Manage Micronutrients
·         Make Your Water Work for You
 
If the first week of August works better for your schedule, check out the Corn College Fundamentals Session. Taking place Aug. 3 to 4, this session is led by Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer. The event includes general instruction, breakout sessions in the field and an expo showcasing corn production tools. Ken Ferrie will attend the event with a live videocast presentation on the Carbon Penalty. The event is located near Coldwater, Mich. at the facilities of Missy Bauer.

Click here to register

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RELATED TOPICS: Corn, Agronomy, Crops, Corn College

 
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