Reserve your seat for all-new agronomic content from Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer. Sponsor support provides an enriched experience and bargain for attendees. At press time, sponsors include: AgriGold, Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizer, BASF, Compass Minerals, Eco Agro Resources, FMC, Great Plains Manufacturing, Precision Planting and Verdesian Life Sciences. Early bird discount ends June 1.
Zone Management College
Mon., July 13
This event features in-the-field breakouts and classroom sessions to teach farmers how to take zone management from a concept to an investment that saves money while boosting yields. Topics include: hands-on zone creation; how to collect quality data; software and hardware requirements; evaluating the challenges of interpreting nitrate results; and how to match hybrid characteristics with field limitations.
Register by June 1 to be entered into a drawing.
Tues., Aug. 4
Understanding soybean yield components is the cornerstone of this one-day hands-on event designed to prepare farmers for the race to higher yields. Content includes: how to protect soybean yields from planting to harvest; in-field scouting to evaluate early season, mid-season and late-season plants; population management and its effect in-canopy; and how to identify and manage resistant weeds.
Corn College Advanced
One-Day Session: Tues., July 14
Two-Day Session: Wed.-Thurs. July 15-16
Rooted in the Systems Approach, the advanced curriculum focuses on how to farm under the nutrient loss reduction strategies of tomorrow. Topics include: nitrogen timing and placement; hands-on breakouts to evaluate different nitrogen and phosphorus application sources; timings and rates; and how cover crops play a role in reducing nutrient loss.
Corn College Fundamentals
Two-Day Session: Wed.-Thurs. Aug. 5-6
The quest to ratchet up corn yields starts with a fundamental understanding of corn production and management. Using the Systems Approach, this event provides: tips on scouting during early season, mid-season and late-season growth stages; how to manage population by hybrid for your soils; a below-ground assessment of root growth and soil density; and an in-depth look at nutrient management.
To check out all-new content and register, call (877) 482-7203 or visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com