FREE WEBINAR:
The Agronomics and Economics of Micronutrients

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  • Retailers
  • Agronomists
  • Producers
  • Consultants
About

Your crops need the full spectrum of nutrients, NPKS and micronutrients, to maximize yields. Research has demonstrated that micronutrients are required in small quantities and are essential to plants. The challenge is three fold:

• Correct micronutrient quantities vary by the crop.
• Precisely distribute them.
• Ensure they are converted into plant available forms.

This webinar brings an extensive body of research and development dedicated to helping you correctly apply micronutrients to achieve your yield objectives.

In this webinar, we will discuss the unique properties of sulphur; why its interactions with micronutriens make it the ideal partner for micronutrient delivery; and how to determine the correct quantities of micronutrients. We will also discuss the value of precision spatial distribution and how to improve it to ensure enhanced nutrient availability. The economic benefits are clear. Successful growers understand extra yield count and know sulphur and micronutrient deficiencies prevent higher yields. This webinar will explain how to prevent deficiencies and save money on logistics, while providing the highest nutrient value per pound of fertilizer.

What you will learn:

• Interaction of sulphur with micronutrients
• Micronutrient function in plant growth
• Realizing greater yields from micronutrients
• Low Salt Index value and placement savings

Moderator

Rich Keller
Editor, AgProfessional

Presenters

Wesley Haun
Research Agronomist

Wesley Haun is the Research Agronomist with H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc./Tiger-Sul Products. He conducts research on sulphur bentonite applications and coordinates research projects with various research organizations in United States of America and internationally. He leads seminars on sulphur bentonite and incorporates research results which demonstrate its agronomic benefits. Wesley received his Bachelor of Science Degree and Masters Degree from the University of Tennessee, majoring in Plant and Soil Science. His professional certifications include Certified Professional Agronomist, Certified Professional Soil Scientist, and Certified Crop Adviser. He has a diverse agronomy background that spans retail sales/consulting at farm gate to technical agronomist at regional and national levels.


Martin Campfield
Director of Tiger-Sul Product Management and International Sales

Martin Campfield graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. degree in Agronomy. At H.J. Baker he facilitates supply chain flow, production and delivery of all Tiger-Sul Products. He is an integral part of the marketing and R&D teams and manages all international sales channels. Previously, he was with Harsco Inc., where he worked with production, quality and sales teams in the United States, Canada and Brazil.

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