Regardless of how many nutrients we apply, without healthy soil they may never make it to the plant due to timing or severe weather. It's not uncommon to experience nitrogen loss of 30-50% and up to 80% of applied phosphorus can get bound to elements in the soil, leaving little in a form that plants actually use. This webinar will help you learn how to wake up your soil's microbiome, maximize profits, and take back control.
- Discover new ways to stimulate healthy, active soil microbes to improve nutrient efficiency and maximize yields.
- Learn the latest easy steps that can supplement your management practice to unlock more of the nutrients that are already in your soil.
- Find out how biochemistries like SOURCE® differ from biologicals - from tank mix compatibility to a flexible application window that fits your individual needs.
When: Dec. 9 at 10am Central
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Email Julia Gerlach at No-Till Farmer with any questions about the webinar.
About the Speakers
Jeff Divan, Director Sales Agronomy, Sound Agriculture (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jeff manages technical training and in field support for the U.S. division of Sound Agriculture. Prior to Sound, he held sales and support roles at multiple Silicon Valley based start-ups including The Climate Corporation, Mavrx and Ceres Imaging. In addition to Sound, Jeff owns and operates a 1,500 acre family farm near Thompson, Iowa. His ambition to adopt new technologies led the farm into strip-till in 2011 and cover crops in 2012. Both of these practices have grown to encompass a majority of the operations acres and additional custom work. Jeff is committed to applying technology to drive efficiency and profitability on the farm.
Brandon Hunnicut, Owner Partner, Hunnicutt Farms (email@example.com)
Brandon has spent more than 20 years on the family farm helping to drive change. When he began working on the farm, he focused on bringing in new technology to support efficiency and better understanding of what was happening on the land. More recently, he has focused on moving to sustainable practices. The farm has been an early adopter in precision agriculture and soil moisture sensing technologies, allowing them to be better stewards of the vast underground water supply that feeds the irrigation systems and helps mitigate nitrogen from moving into the groundwater.
After graduating from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a degree in Ag Business, Brandon continued studying at various Universities to pursue ongoing education about the technologies that are becoming more important to the farm. He is currently Vice-Chair of the Nebraska Corn Board and Chair of Field to Market, serves on the Board of Directors for the National Corn Growers Association, and is former President of the Nebraska Agricultural Technologies Association.
Jessica Schultz, Sales Agronomist, Sound Agriculture (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jessica helps growers throughout the Midwest (MN, WI, ND, SD) discover their fields full potential using SOURCE. Her role at SoundAgricultu re as an Agronomist fits perfectly with her academic education in regenerative and sound agriculture practices along with her years studying and learning from all types of farmers and soils around the world. She holds a BA in Global Food System, MS of Agriculture Plant Health Management, and a Permaculture Design and Sustainable Agriculture certification. Prior to Sound, she has spent time working with vineyards, hemp/CBD, and has been a part of research projects with the Soil Science and Food Systems department at Washington State University. Jessica is enthusiastic about working alongside farmers and passionate about helping them reach their environmental, social, and economic goals.