In this installment of the No-Till Farmer webinar series sponsored by Agricen, Alison Vogel and Tim Sickman discussed how growers can maximize their nutrient efficiency in their soybean yields.
During this webinar, you’ll learn:
Alison M. Vogel
Research Assistant, Department of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne
Alison Vogel is a PhD candidate and research assistant in the Crop Physiology Laboratory at the University of Illinois. Her current work focuses on crop residue management using varying methods to improve residue degradation rates and nutrient release. She holds a bachelor’s degree in crop and soil science from Illinois State University and a master's degree from the University of Illinois, with an emphasis on the value of crop rotation and agronomic management in the Midwest.
Technical Services Representative & Research Farm Manager, Loveland Products Inc.
Tim Sickman is a technical representative for Loveland Technical Services, covering territory in the Midwest, as well as manager of the 90-acre Loveland Research Farm located in Owensboro, KY. At the farm, Tim and his team evaluate the performance of experimental materials and commercially established products on agronomic crops and specialty crops. Tim holds a BS…