Designed for consultants, retailers and agronomists, this all-new, one-day agronomic training will provide the latest in innovative agronomic practices to help ratchet up customer‚Äôs yields and build stronger customer relations. The event will be held at the Farm Journal College Campus in Heyworth, Ill., on July 18. Don‚Äôt wait‚Äîsign up today to secure your seat at this one-of-a-kind event.
Led by Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie, the curriculum is centered around the Systems Approach to growing crops, which requires understanding how one process or management change affects many other factors and ultimately yield. The agenda will include hands-on, in-field breakouts and classroom sessions highlighting sunlight, water and nutrient management, how to assist customers with hybrid selection, an inside look at soil characteristics‚Äô impact on fertilizer needs and yields, evaluating how data drives agronomic practices, and top tips for how to work with customers.
Note to Certified Crop Advisers: Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits will be offered at this event. Sign up today and save; the early bird discount ends June 1.
To view a detailed agenda and to register, click here.