Balanced Crop Nutrition in High Yield Systems

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014, 1PM CT (2PM ET)

Moderator:

Al Strohmaier, Group Publisher, CropLife Media Group

Speakers:

Dr. Matias L. Ruffo, The Mosaic Company

Advancements in seed genetics have increased yield potential, yet actual yields remain below this level. To reach the next level of yield, an integrated management approach with different technologies incorporated into one system is critical. With up to 60 percent of yield depending on it, crop nutrition is just one key to the integrated system.

Join this session to learn about the impact of crop nutrition and other management factors in high-yield corn and soybean systems. We will share the latest research that evaluates the impact of different factors, including crop nutrition, on high yield systems.


   **CCA Board Approved for 1 CEU in Nutrient Management**

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