During "Enhancing Dry Fertilizer Efficiency with Titan XC," you'll learn how to maximize the efficiency of your fall dry fertilizer application and how to gain greater return on investment and greater yield opportunities by incorporating Titan XC, a fertilizer biocatalyst, into your dry fertilizer application.
During "Sidedressing Nitrogen for Maximum Yields," you'll learn how to improve the efficiency and efficacy of sidedress nitrogen applications and how incorporating biocatalyst technology into the application can help ensure that applied nitrogen is available during peak crop demand.
During "Maximizing Corn Yields with Extract PBA," you'll learn about the benefits of using Extract Powered by Accomplish® in a broadcast application with a corn pre-emerge herbicide or liquid UAN. You'll hear how Extract PBA can increase nutrient release in the soil to help maximize corn yields (including in continuous corn and corn/soybean rotation practices) and why you should consider using Extract PBA as a management tool for fallow syndrome on prevent plant acres.
During "Opportunities to Influence Early Season Crop Health," you'll learn what steps you can take to optimize early season crop health and how the plant health technologies Accomplish® LM, Extract Powered by Accomplish® and Titan® XC can fit into your growing program to maximize yield outcomes.
During "Overcoming Crop Stress and Improving Crop Quality with Kelp Science Innovations," you'll learn more about what kelp technologies are, why they can play an important role in agricultural production and how Maritime®, a new kelp technology, can improve crop quality and abiotic stress tolerance.
During "How to Reduce the Risk of Fallow Syndrome on Prevent Plant Acres," you'll learn what fallow syndrome is, how it can impact yield opportunities, and how Extract PBA can help address the risk of fallow syndrome on prevent plant acres.
During "A New Perspective on Soybean Yield Improvement," you'll learn how to maximize soybean yield potential by focusing on soybean nutrition, including how existing nutrients in the soil and residue can help meet soybean nutritional needs and how pairing your soybean pre-emerge herbicide with Extract PBA for nutrient release can contribute to greater yield opportunities. With special guest speaker, Alison Vogel, PhD research assistant in crop physiology at the University of Illinois.
In “Soybean StartUp: Plant Health Benefits from Emergence through Yield,” Brian Cornelious, PhD, of Agricen and Chris Stickler of Loveland Products discuss the benefits of a salt-free soybean starter program with Accomplish® LM and Radiate®. These two plant health technologies can be used together to improve early soybean emergence, increase plant vigor, and reduce plant stress for season-long benefits.
In "Improving Crop Yields with Starter Programs," webinar, Brian Cornelious, PhD, of Agricen discusses how to improve crop yields with starter fertility programs and how two sustainable biochemical technologies, Accomplish® LM and Titan® PBA, can increase the benefits. The webinar also features Daniel Kaiser, PhD, of the University of Minnesota, who presents an overview of his research on starter fertilizers, including what products to use, what benefits to expect, and how to make starter programs pay off economically.
In "New Ideas For Growing Healthy Lawns and Happy Customers," you'll learn more about NutriLife and SoilLife, sustainable fertilizer biocatalysts for turf and ornamental applications. Find out how NutriLife and SoilLife increase nutrient availability and improve plant performance to help you grow healthier lawns.
During "Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizer Technologies: Choosing the Right Technology for Your Needs," you'll learn more about different technologies that are available to enhance fertilizer efficiency, including NutriLife®, a biochemical fertilizer catalyst that maximizes nutrient conversion and uptake from applied fertilizers and the soil for better root growth and enhanced plant performance. The webinar also features Elizabeth Guertal, PhD, of Auburn University, who reviews the basics of N availability in the soil, different fertilizer technologies–including slow-release fertilizers and fertilizer bioenhancement products–and how to select the right technologies for turfgrass.