The InfoAg LearningXchange Webinar Series
The Fertilizer Institute proudly presents InfoAg LearningXchange. Designed for crop advisors and those who serve farmer customers, this new webinar series features the content you expect from InfoAg but presented online either live or on-demand at your convenience. We’ve also teamed up with the American Society of Agronomy to make CEUs available for each session.
With InfoAg 2020 postponed until December, these sessions will give you timely information about in-field topics to help you meet your customers’ needs and stay at the top of your career.
Register for free online learning now and start making plans to join us in December for InfoAg Live!At-A-Glance Info
- 60 minutes in length
- Expert content with live Q&A
- Recording available on-demand to registrants
- Free to all
- 1 CEU available per webinar
- Access via desktop or IOS app only. Android app to come.
InfoAg 2020 LIVE
on December 15-17, 2020
in St. Louis!
Click the register button to finalize your registration.
Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 2 PM EST
How can placement of nitrogen fertilizer impact productivity, profitability, and sustainability?
Grid and zone-based plant tissue testing for variable rate application of micronutrients
In-season tissue testing is a powerful tool to diagnose nutrient deficiencies, and in the case of micronutrients these deficiencies can often be corrected with an in-season application. Recently researchers, ag retailers, and farmers have been stepping up their game with tissue testing and in-season applications with grid or zone-based tissue sampling and variable rate applications.
Wednesday, August 26, 2020 – 2 PM EDT
Variable-rate application maps for fall applications of phosphors, potassium, or lime are most powerful when the current crop season data can be included. However, in many cases, the time to process that data is limited by changing weather conditions, the planting of a cover crop, or prepping the next crop.
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 2 PM EDT
Speaker: Tony Vyn, Ph.D., Henry A. Wallace Chair in Crop Sciences, Purdue University See Bio
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 - 2 PM EDT
Evaluating 2020 in-field testing data
Field testing of new products, services, and conservation practices during the growing season is gaining momentum. This presentation will review adequate experimental design, trends in the ag field research sector, data collection, how to evaluate that data, and how many years or locations are necessary to make the best financial, performance, and environmental decision about using a new product.
Speaker: Tim Laatch MS, CPAg, CCA, Technical Agronomy Manager, Koch Agronomic Services
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 - Time
What’s new in meteorology?
Weather has the largest impact on crop performance, but what are the best tools to look at for weather reports to inform cropping decisions?