Join the editors of No-Till Farmer for our product demonstration webinar with Indigo Ag.
The decisions you make today are important in preparing your crops to fight against harsh field conditions, such as drought, heat, diseases, and plant-damaging nematode pests. Indigo Ag’s proprietary portfolio of biological products are field-tested and proven to combat these major stressors while supporting plant growth and soil health. In this webinar, attendees will learn more about how biologicals fit into a crop management program and how to determine which biological products can help your crops perform at their best based on your field's unique environment.
The panel discussion covers:
- How biologicals fit into a plant performance/protection portfolio
- including how they can work alone or in combination with other products or treatments.
- Which biological products deal best with drought, heat, disease and pests
- Field trial results of these products
- ROI in terms of cost and yield uplift
Email Mackane Vogel at No-Till Farmer with any questions about the webinar.
About the Speakers
Tom Lawler – Sr. Sustainability Scientist, Indigo Ag
Tom Lawler is a Sr. Sustainability Scientist for Indigo Ag. His work focuses on identifying new technologies and farm practices to improve measurement, monitoring, and sequestration of carbon in agricultural soils for enhancing overall soil health and farm profitability. Tom is from a corn and soybean farm in northwest Iowa and enjoys working alongside farmers to create effective and sustainable regenerative farming solutions for their operations.
Shannon Gnad – Director of Agronomy, Indigo Ag
Shannon Gnad is the Director of Agronomy for Indigo Ag. For the past five years, he has supported Carbon by Indigo and Biotrinsic for Indigo Ag. An experienced agronomist, prior to Indigo Ag, Shannon owned and operated a successful independent crop consulting business in south central Kansas for 17 years.
Matt Powe – Agronomist, Indigo Ag
Matt grew up on a small farm in southeast Kansas where his family raised alfalfa and other forage crops for their cow/calf herd. After earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy from Kansas State University, Matt spent 25 years in various roles within the agriculture industry. Prior to joining Indigo in March 2018, Matt worked as a crop consultant, a soil conservationist for the NRCS/USDA, and an Account Manager for Dupont Pioneer. These roles have given Matt a unique opportunity to see production agriculture at the highest level while also incorporating conservation and regenerative practices to improve long term profitability for the farmer and rancher. Matt enjoys camping with his family, hunting, and following K-State sports – EMAW! Also attached the Indigo logo in case you need that.