Crop Nutrition for Quality Potato Production

This free webinar with Scott Stuntz, managing editor of Spudman, features YARA’s potato crop manager, Jimmy Ridgway and director of agronomic services at YARA, Dr. Steve Petrie.

Petrie and Ridgway share insights from extensive crop nutrition research and trials. They also discuss technology, tools and services to help you grow your best crop yet.

Participants will receive one CEU in nutrient management

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Adapting the Technologies of Today, for the Information Needs of Tomorrow

In this free webinar, you will learn how to align & enhance your existing food processing IT systems and data infrastructures to:

  • Manage communications across your entire supply chain
  • Navigate evolving information requirements of stakeholders
  • Expand the utility and capability of inherited, inflexible software technologies related to data capture & control

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Sponsored by: Trimble

The Right Micronutrient Tools for Potatoes

Soils in most potato-growing regions have needs for micronutrient fertilizer applications. Understanding which micronutrient fertilizer sources can provide the nutrition a crop needs – when it’s needed – can have an impact on yield and quality at the end of the season. In this webinar, we reviewed:

  • The role of micronutrients in potato production
  • The benefits of soil micronutrient applications
  • Trial results from independent, third-party studies

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Potassium Fertilizers for Potatoes: A Head-to-Head Comparison

Potassium is widely regarded as a nutrient critical for healthy potatoes. It promotes hearty growth and provides the strength potatoes need to better resist drought and disease. In this 60-minute webinar, Larry Murphy, Ph.D., discusses the role of potassium in plant physiology and covers why sulfate of potash fertilizers are more effective than other K sources, including muriate of potash. He will also review relevant agronomic research on potassium and explain why many growers are switching to Protassium+™ as their preferred K fertilizer.

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