The following Webinars are eligible to earn 1/2 CEU Credit in Nutrient Management. All you have to do is watch the Webinar video, and then pass the short quiz at the end of it.
Foliar boron and manganese - a chance to add that last yield bump: Applying most fertilizers is a bit of a leap of faith for growers most of the time. Not so with foliar applied micronutrients. There is no question correcting deficiencies and optimizing nutrition in season can pay. Join us on one of the following dates for a 20 minute technical support Webinar to learn the value foliar boron and manganese applications can offer, and why DDP Micronutrients are your customers best choice.
What Goldilocks can teach us about boron application in crops: For many crops, Boron is an essential element, however, getting the rate of boron wrong can mean suffering yield loss. Like the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, growers need to have “not too much”, and ”not too little”, but an amount of boron that is “just right”. This month’s bulletin summarizes new research that can help you deliver the right amount of plant available B to your grower`s fields.
Multi-feed Manganese: A more complete strategy for addressing manganese deficiency in field crops. Manganese deficiency is one of the most difficult nutritional problems for growers to solve. Specific soil factors can cause tie-up, and prevent crops from easily obtaining manganese, such as high soil pH or high Fe levels in soil. Wolf Trax Manganese DDP offers a new and better way to address manganese deficiencies - a multi-feed approach.
Zinc on corn: Significant changes in world markets for corn, rapidly improving corn input technology, and the quest for 300 bu corn all result in the need for growers to re-think their fertilizer needs, especially zinc. This month’s bulletin examines the common production practices of past corn yield challenge winners, and includes three watch outs for your growers for 2011.