2021 Agronomy Sessions

  • Jan 04
    Greg Stewart
    2021 Agronomy Sessions By Greg Stewart on January 4, 2021
    Categories: Events

    Decipher, Debate, Decide...

    Join us Tuesdays at 10:00am beginning January 12 for the 2021 Maizex Agronomy Sessions, delivered virtually as one-hour webinars with topics for you to "Decipher, Debate, and Decide" from the comfort and safety of your home. Our presenters will be joined by panelists and a moderator for a lively discussion, which will be followed by a live Q&A session to continue the conversation. We hope you can join us! 

    Registration

    Register by following this link and providing your name and email. All webinars will be available afterward to watch on-demand as well, but you must still register to watch them at a later date. 

    For on-demand sessions, please visit our webinar channel where each new session will be posted the day after it is aired. 

    The Schedule

    Date & Time Topic Presenter CEU Credits
    January 12 @ 10:00am Lessons from 500 Corn Fields

    Greg Stewart

    (Maizex)

    Crop Management CEUs: 1
    January 19 @ 10:00am OMAFRA P and K Recommendations versus Build and Maintain: A Bridge Too Far?

    Dr. Dave Hooker

    (U. of Guelph)

    Nutrient Management CEUs: 1
    January 26 @ 10:00am What The Highest Yielding Corn Fields in Michigan Have in Common?

    Missy Bauer

    (B&M Crop Consulting Michigan)

    Crop Management CEUs: 1
    February 2 @ 10:00am Plant Soybeans Before Corn: C’mon Man!

    Horst Bohner

    (OMAFRA)

    Crop Management CEUs: 1
    February 9 @ 10:00am

    Enlist versus Extend: Pros, Cons, and Considerations

    Mike Cowbrough

    (OMAFRA)

    Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 1
    February 16 @ 10:00am Strip Tillage with Fertilizer – Can the Planter Run Free?

    Ben Rosser

    (OMAFRA)

    Nutrient Management CEUs: 1
    February 23 @ 10:00am ROIs on Precision Agriculture – Some Unbiased Estimates

    Dr. John Fulton

    (The Ohio State University)

    Crop Management CEUs: 1
    March 2 @ 10:00am

    The Real Value in Late N Applications

    Dr. Tony Vyn

    (Purdue University)

    Nutrient Management CEUs: 1
    March 9 @ 10:00am

    Sampling the Field and the Bunk: Important Benchmarks for Corn Silage

    Dan Goodson

    (Wallenstein Feed & Supply Ltd.)

    Crop Management CEUs: 1