In this free webinar, you will learn that good commodity prices only pay off if the grower gets the most out of his inputs. Dr. Gary Tuxhorn and Mark Goodwin discuss how to maximize the benefits of micronutrients using techniques that are cost free but effective. Topics covered include:
Balancing micronutrients with yield targets and full fertilizer programs
Strategies for “multiple feeding” and how these work
The importance of early uptake
Timing techniques and placement options
VRT and micronutrients
What you will learn:
Why advances in genetics, agronomics and the changing dynamics of crop prices mean a reassessment of the role of BALANCE in fertilizer use
Early uptake is critical to profitability
Who should attend:
Dr. Gary Tuxhorn Agronomy Technical Service Manager, United Suppliers
Dr. Gary Tuxhorn is a technical service agronomist with United Suppliers Inc. He provides agronomic training and technical support for the company’s territory managers and the retailer-owned United Suppliers locations. He is also responsible for in-house research. Tuxhorn earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Nebraska and his Ph.D. in soil science from Washington State University. In 2009, he received the Education and Research Award from the Nebraska Agribusiness Association. Tuxhorn has been a certified crop advisor for 17 years.
Mark Goodwin has been active in research and product development for Wolf Trax since 2001. He coordinates the field research program, coordinates and contributes to new product development and provides technical expertise. Goodwin worked in the Extension services as a weed specialist and then as an oilseed agronomist for more than 10 years in Manitoba. He next worked for American Cyanamid, where he played a pivotal role in providing technical support in the launches of two new herbicides. Before joining Wolf Trax, Goodwin was marketing manager of the seed division for Cargill Canada, and focused on new product and market development for canola, oats and wheat. Goodwin earned his MSc in Soil Science from the University of Manitoba. He and his family live in Winnipeg.
Mike Adams, AgriTalk host
Current AgriTalk network host since 2001.
WLDS, Jacksonville, Ill., farm broadcaster for 27 years.
Daily syndicated talk show and 100 remote broadcasts per year.
Past president and member of National Association of Farm Broadcasting as well as recipient of Farm Broadcaster of the Year award.