With the 2022 season behind us, it’s time to start planning for a big win next year. Although fertilizer is essential, there are strategies to be less dependent on it. That’s good news given the high prices. The truth is that your soil is a nutrient cycling factory full of powerful biology that has huge potential to provide more in-season nutrition. By cultivating a healthy soil microbiome, you can take advantage of the nutrients that are stored in the soil. Now is the time to start planning on harnessing that biology with proven strategies and techniques that will boost your bottom line and reduce your reliance on fertilizer.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- What is in the soil microbiome, what it’s responsible for and how you can impact its performance
- How understanding your NUE score can guide nutrient management with more precision and lower costs
- Find out how microbiome activators like SOURCE® wake up soil microbes to support plant and soil health and overall productivity
Join Jeff Divan at Sound Agriculture, and New York grower Bob Pawlowski, as they help you better understand the complexities in the soil and walk you through real-world experience that drove up profits on their farms.
Email Noah Newman at No-Till Farmer with any questions about the webinar.
About the Speakers
Jeff Divan - Director, Sales Agronomy at Sound Agriculture
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.
Bob Pawlowski, SOURCE Dealer & Grower (NY)
Bob Pawlowski started his own dealership in 1992, providing grower essentials to his local community. He is also a first generation farmer in New York, with over 30 years of farming experience. Bob grows 300 acres of grain sorghum, 500 acres of corn, 700 acres of soybeans, 150 acres of wheat, and 100 acres of hay. This is Bob’s 2nd year dealing SOURCE.