Take to the Field to Learn

April 23, 2016 02:38 AM

Big changes are underway for the ninth year of Farm Journal College events. You won’t want to miss the all-new agronomic information. Sign up today and save; early bird discounts end June 1 for Illinois and June 22 for Minnesota events. Sponsor support provides an enriched experience and bargain for attendees. At press time, sponsors include: AgriGold, Precision Planting and Verdesian Life Sciences.


Ag Professional Consultant/Retailer College
July 18, Heyworth, Ill.
For those who work with farmers to take yields to the next level, Ag Professional offers a customized event for consultants and retailers. Learn about innovative agronomic practices to help build stronger customer experiences and expand your agronomic knowledge. Note to Certified Crop Advisers: Conti-nuing Education Unit (CEU) credits will only be offered at this summer event. 


Farm Journal Technology & Data College
July 19, Heyworth, Ill.
With tighter margins and the power of data in play, the chances to increase efficiencies are rapidly evolving. In-field breakouts and classroom sessions include: how to advance technology on your farm, break through key speed barriers, best data and technology practices, how to use technology and data to evaluate in-season crop response and achieve maximum potential with variable-rate technology. 

Farm Journal Corn College
July 20-21, Heyworth, Ill.
Led by Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie, participants will learn how to bulletproof their management system for higher yields. The two-day, hands-on curriculum features in-field breakouts and classroom sessions highlighting how data drives agronomic practices, proper soil density, how to select the right hybrids and placements, the importance of a well-rounded nitrogen program, how to evaluate nitrogen recommendations and water management.


Farm Journal Soybean College
Aug. 9, Albert Lea, Minn.
Grounded in the Systems Approach, Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer will outline key soybean yield components, the agronomic and economic benefit of variable-rate populations and how to identify various growth stages to make smart in-season decisions. 


Farm Journal Corn College
Aug. 10-11, Albert Lea, Minn.
Join Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer as she helps you on the path to higher yields. 
Topics include: using the Systems Approach to protect bushels, how to maximize in-field management zones, front-to-back tips for top planter performance and how to fine-tune nitrogen timings and placements. 

To check out all-new content and register, call (877) 482-7203 or visit www.FarmJournalCollege.com


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