For the first time in the program’s 23-year history, Farm Journal brings you a seminar full of the latest valuable plot data that can help you increase yields and profitability. The one-day event held Feb. 3 in Heyworth, Ill., features Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie and crew as they unveil results from cutting-edge research on the latest technology and agronomic practices in corn and soybeans. The sessions will dive deep into a variety of topics ranging from soybean row spacing to soil health, variable-rate irrigation, imagery and planter technology. Receive in-depth information and research to help you make the best decision for your fields. Attendees will have private access to data from more than 100 test trials. The event also offers an estimated 9 CEU credits.
To spend more one-on-one time with Ferrie, join him Feb. 3 following the event for a VIP dinner in Bloomington, Ill. Space is limited to 10 seats. To receive the full Farm Journal College experience, make plans to attend the Nutrient Management College the following day Feb. 4., and receive a bundle price.
to view the agendas and register today to save your seat. If you are unable to attend in Heyworth, Ill., join us Feb. 17 and 18 in Ames, Iowa
for the same in-depth one-day events.