February 26, 2021
Date: Mar 18, 2021
In the world of peanut production, timing matters. From planting date to harvest, you aim to manage every aspect of the crop for maximum return. One area that’s gaining greater attention are in-season tactics that can work to improve your bottom line.
There are new post-emergent foliar nutrient strategies that work two ways on your peanut crop. The first is to improve yield, with more pounds per acre. The second is quality, which can turn those added pounds into more dollars.
What can you do to maximize both? Join this webinar on March 18 at 9 a.m. Central Time, to learn about new post-emergent foliar nutrient strategies, and key timings, to maximize peanut quality and yield.
Joining us as speakers will be:
Director, Discovery & Innovation
Haschemeyer oversees all agronomic support, product development and laboratory services. He has been with the company fifteen years and has developed a wide range of products that improve plant health. He has a degree in Chemistry from Western Illinois.
Territory Sales Manager
Atkins is a Mississippi native covering Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee. Atkins grew up farming with his family and has been with the company five years. He holds a degree in Agriculture Informational Science, with a focus on Leadership and Integrated Crops from Mississippi State.
Willie Vogt - Moderator
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