Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM Central Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Just like growers, soil has a love-hate relationship with fertilizers. While they provide essential nutrients for plant growth, fertilizers can at times pose a threat to soil health and longevity by disrupting the natural balance of nutrients and microbes. However, with fertilizer prices on an aggressive climb, there has never been a better time to take a closer look at the earth beneath our crops and reap the benefits of a healthy soil microbiome. By focusing on proven strategies that help cultivate a healthy soil microbiome, growers stand to benefit their bottom line, all while decreasing their reliance on expensive fertilizers. Join us as we dive into the science behind activating soil microbes to unlock nutrients and improve profitability, and hear from a 3rd generation grower about how these practices are shaping up on her Ohio farm.
Attend this webinar and:
- Discover new ways to stimulate healthy, active soil microbes to improve nutrient efficiency and maximize yields or reduce nitrogen input without sacrificing bushels.
- Learn the latest easy steps that can supplement management practices to unlock more of the nutrients that are already in the soil.
- Find out how microbiome activators like SOURCE® wake up soil microbes and give plants access to more nutrients, including nitrogen and phosphorus.
- Discover how Sound Agriculture’s Performance Optimizer can easily guide precision placement based on your soil parameters.
Director Sales Agronomy
Jeff manages technical training and in field support for the U.S. division of Sound Agriculture. Prior to Sound, he held sales and support roles at multiple Silicon Valley based start-ups including The Climate Corporation, Mavrx and Ceres Imaging. In addition to Sound, Jeff owns and operates a 1,500 acre family farm near Thompson, Iowa. His ambition to adopt new technologies led the farm into strip-till in 2011 and cover crops in 2012. Both of these practices have grown to encompass a majority of the operations acres and additional custom work. Jeff is committed to applying technology to drive efficiency and profitability on the farm.
Bryant Agricultural Enterprise
Kasey Bamberger is a third generation partner at Bryant Agricultural Enterprise. She oversees all financials for the operation, manages input purchasing, and leads all land partner, dealer, and lender relations. Kasey also oversees all information technology, research plots, and data management across the farm, giving her intimate knowledge about how each field is performing. Bryant Ag is a third generation farm located in South West Ohio producing corn, soybeans, and soft red winter wheat.