Free Webinar: Soil's Role In Nitrogen

Nitrogen’s elusive behavior makes it challenging to produce top yields while minimizing the escape of nitrates. But understanding how soil influences the presence or absence of nitrogen in the growing season will make fertilizer programs more cost-effective while safeguarding water quality.

“Managing nitrogen means supplying the difference between what the crop needs and the amount the soil supplies, and doing it at the right time,” explains Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie.

Click here to join Ferrie for a FREE webinar on May 22 discussing his research)

1 CEU for CCAs will be offered.

Ferrie will talk about the opportunities and ROI with VRT. He'll also outline free resources to help give 6 steps to assess nitrogen loss risk. 





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