Nitrogen management is as much an art as it is a science. But we’ve come a long way over the past 15, 10, and even 5 years on how best to optimize this crucial nutrient. Today, we have more tools at our disposal than ever before. It’s no longer just a hunch or a stab in the dark.
Join the editors of no-till farmer and Verdesian Life Sciences on April 13 at 10:00 a.m. CT, for our upcoming webinar, “Tips for Improving Nitrogen Efficiency.” Verdesian Row Crops Director of Agronomy Mike Zwingman will explain why nitrogen management is a dynamic system and should be treated as such. You will learn…
- Why the key to maximizing efficiency is staying flexible within your framework to make the right decisions when they matter most.
- How to use things like application timing, modeling, imaging, variable rate technology, and nitrogen stabilizers to create a system that makes sense for you and your operation.
- Why mastering multiple tools is key to optimizing nitrogen.
When: April 13 at 10 a.m. Central Time
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All registrants will receive a link to the replay within 48 hours of the end of the event.
In an era of high fertilizer prices and high commodity prices, nutrient optimization has never been more critical to bottom line management. Register for this free webinar today for valuable tips to help you maximize the effectiveness of your nutrient investment this growing season.
Email Julia Gerlach for any questions regarding the webinar.
About the speaker
Mike ZwingmanDirector of Agronomy, Row Crops, for Verdesian Life Science
Mike Zwingman is Technical Development Manager for Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming and supports Verdesian’s nutritional and phytosanitary product lines.
Mike has 20 years of experience in seed, agricultural retail and agronomy in eastern Nebraska and is a graduate of the University of Nebraska College of Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences. He resides in Lincoln with his two daughters and enjoys pheasant hunting, attending the College World Series and helping out on the family farm.