By completing this survey, you will receive a confidential, customized report and press release draft to help you communicate your accomplishments, and compare your performance to state and region-wide averages
If you are an ag retailer in New York, please take the survey here!
You will learn how to apply N at the right rate to help improve agronomic, economic and environmental efficiency. The webinar will also detail environmental factors that influence nitrogen use efficiency, N application strategies that can reduce risk of loss and on-farm research to improve nitrogen decisions.
Dr. Emerson Nafziger has served as Extension agronomist and professor of crop sciences at the University of Illinois for more than 35 years. He holds degrees in agronomy from Ohio State, Purdue and the University of Illinois. His recent research has been focused on N management in corn.
Dr. Elizabeth Hawkins, is a field specialist in agronomic systems with Ohio State University Extension. Hawkins previously worked as a research assistant in Monsanto's soybean breeding and variety development program. Her research interests include using on-farm research to increase farm profits, including improved crop yields, better management of resources and the employment of effective precision agriculture technologies. p>
Questions on content about our prior webinars? Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org to get answers. We will use your questions to start a forum on the PARM website for collaborative learning!
Join Josh McGrath, Extension specialist in agricultural soil management from the University of Kentucky, in his discussion on sensor-based VRT to reduce N loss. Josh specializes in agronomic soil fertility and nutrient management to maximize profitability, efficiency and protect natural resources. Josh also has experience in site-specific nutrient management, manure management and water quality protection.
For the first time, New York ag retailers have an opportunity to complete a customized survey to document and communicate efforts to improve water quality. The survey includes a handful of additional precision ag services.
Help us help you communicate your successes in protecting water quality in Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Nine million people rely on Lake Ontario for drinking water, and 11 million rely on Lake Erie. Boosting ag retailer and producer profits while protecting the environment is a win for everyone!
PARM can help you increase your sales of nutrient-retaining products and services by providing free educational resources including our webinar series, Agronomist Handbook, wallet cards with tips on preventing phosphorus losses for your agronomists and customers, and custom materials upon request.
By completing this survey, you will receive a confidential, customized report and press release draft to help you communicate your accomplishments, and compare your performance to state and region-wide averages.