Professor Fred Below will instruct guests on how create agronomy strategies to show the value of crop management decisions and develops systems to sustainably produce high yields.
Yield is the result of numerous factors that affect crop growth and development during the growing season. Growers make critical decisions every year regarding the inputs needed to maximize the profitability of their farm based on the potential yield gain of a given input factor. Data collected over many years and locations has led to the identification of management factors that impact yield. The Model Agronomy IPM MasterClass will provide a framework for understanding the value of different management factors as well as their potential interactions to produce high yielding crops.
- 7 Wonders – Factors affecting corn yield
- Nutrient partitioning for high yield
- Agronomy System – Omissions, additions, design
Date: Friday 12 July 2019
Time: 8.30am for a 9am start
Location: The Ex Servicemen's Club, 12 Jondaryan Avenue, Griffith
For more: Cost to attend: $253 inc GST. Registration via www.ipmmasterclass.com required prior to Friday 5 July 2019. Phone or email Darren Cribbes for information: 0400 600 556, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: this workshop is not offered by CottonInfo, but rather the IPM Masterclass company, hence the cost involved. CottonInfo events are always free to attend.