Recent Webinars - All Topics

WEBINAR: Making Soil Health Practical for Fertility Management

May 29, 2015

Soil health is defined as a balanced, fully-functioning soil system

Agronomy: WEBINAR: Game-Changing Technology Coming to Agriculture

May 05, 2015

Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as UAVs, are popping up on farms throughout the Midwest and recognized UAV advocate Chad Colby

Agronomy: WEBINAR: Making Soybeans More Than a Rotational Crop for Corn

April 21, 2015

With a downturn in commodity prices, many farmers are wondering what changes they will need to make in 2015 to remain profitable.

Disease: WEBINAR: Managing SDS with Proven Strategies and New Tools

March 24, 2015

Watching out for disease is critical to keeping soybean stress low and to ensuring maximum yields. One of the biggest production constraints in 2014 was sudden death syndrome (SDS), with growers in some parts of Illinois losing up to 40 or 50 bushels per acre from the disease.

Agronomy: WEBINAR: Achieving Profitability in Challenging Grain Markets in 2015

March 16, 2015

1 CEU in Crop Management

Growers have enjoyed high commodity prices over the past few years. However, as prices decline and input costs increase, many anticipate 2015 will bring tighter margins and a new challenge to remain profitable.

Plant & Soil Health: WEBINAR: Nutrient Planning and Soybean Management

March 04, 2015

1 CEU in Nutrient Management

ILSoyAdvisor.com continued its winter webinar series on Tuesday, Feb. 24. In "Nutrient Planning and Soybean Management,” Howard Brown, Ph.D., manager of agronomy services with GROWMARK, Inc., presented research findings on nutrient management and shared advice for growers planning nutrient applications for 2015.

Agronomy: WEBINAR: Six Secrets of Soybean Success

January 30, 2015

1 CEU in Crop Management

ILSoyAdvisor.com continued its winter webinar series on Wednesday, Jan. 21. In "Six Secrets of Soybean Success,” Fred Below, Ph.D., University of Illinois professor of plant physiology and crop sciences, shared updates from his 2014 field research results and practical advice for helping growers plan for 2015.

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