Join the editors of No-Till Farmer for a webinar with Sound Agriculture.
Our understanding of what is happening beneath the surface of farms across the world is changing daily. From how plants interact with the billions of microbes that inhabit the soil, to the impact of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) on nutrient availability. We’ll take a close look at what the science is telling us and how these findings translate to the field.
In this informational webinar, you will learn:
- What the natural relationship between plants and microbes looks like and what impact does this relationship have on maximizing yield potential.
- Why understanding the unique conditions of your field's soil potential and limitations is critical to reap the highest reward from your crops.
- How AMF supports nutrient retention and what you can do to ensure they are abundant in your soil.
- Steps you can take today to optimize nutrient uptake.
Email Noah Newman at No-Till Farmer with any questions about the webinar.
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About the Speakers
Jeff Divan - Senior Director, Agronomy at Sound Agriculture
Jeff manages technical training and in-field support for Sound Agriculture, and he owns and operates a 1,500 acre family farm near Thompson, Iowa.
Jessica Pupo, Senior Agronomist at Sound Agriculture
Jessica holds a master's degree in Agricultural Science with a focus on plant health management and soil science and approaches soil and plant health management through a biogeochemistry lens.