Attend a Corn College Planter Clinic

February 28, 2012 03:00 AM
 
Planter Clinics

Our hands-on Corn College Planter Clinics can change how you put your crop in the ground and help you lock in top yields. Draw from the extensive field experience of Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer to learn how to get your crop off to a strong start.

Just in time for planting season, you have four opportunities during the next two weeks to attend one of our interactive, planter-focused events. 

Here are the upcoming dates and locations:

 

Mankato, Minn.
March 5, 2012
Ames, Iowa
March 6, 2012
Champaign, Ill.
March 8, 2012
Coldwater, Mich.
March 13, 2012

 

The day is packed with practical information you can take home and apply to your planter-–and your fields. All leading planter brands will be included.
 
Key topics in the sessions:
  • How to identify a good stand and set your goals for planting execution
  • How to evaluate the soundness of your planter
  • How to set your planter for the best performance possible
  • Planter attachments that can help improve your planter do a better job
  • New planter technology you can use
 
The day ends with an open agronomic question-and-answer session with Bauer. Click here to view the tentative Corn College Planter Clinic agenda.
 
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Anonymous
2/28/2012 03:56 AM
 

  Sounds like a valuable day HOWEVER some of us actually work for a living. That means that I'm able to attend unless you hold at least one session on Saturaday. AND you don't hold any session outside of the mid-west therefore it is georaphicly undesirable.

 
 
Anonymous
2/28/2012 03:56 AM
 

  Sounds like a valuable day HOWEVER some of us actually work for a living. That means that I'm able to attend unless you hold at least one session on Saturaday. AND you don't hold any session outside of the mid-west therefore it is georaphicly undesirable.

 
 
Anonymous
2/28/2012 05:13 AM
 

  It looks like someone needs to take some vacation.

 
 
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