10_15_2015_Soil Nutrient Planning for Nutritionally Dense Crops
Gain knowledge about SOIL NUTRIENT PLANNING FOR NUTRITIONALLY DENSE CROPS with this FREE Teleconference. Learn about the benefits, advantages and VALUE OF BIOLOGICALLY TREATING MANURE in your farming operation.
Soil Nutrient Planning for Nutritionally Dense Crops
It’s fall, and while harvest is underway, most are already thinking and planning ahead to next year’s crop. Many are talking about the demand for nutrient dense crops and the premium for it as long as it meets the requirements, but what does it entail? David Widman and Dennis Klockenga, ProfitProAG Consultants, will share information about soil health, biology and organic matter for producing nutrient dense crops.
If a chemical program has been used to raise GMO or any crops in the past, is there chemical residue left in the soil? Is a complete soil test needed? Is the level of organic matter in the soil high enough to support the soil biology and provide nutrients for the planned crop? Learn the answers to these questions and more. Regardless of which crop is chosen to produce as nutrient dense, it starts with soil health.
The Value of Biologically Treating Manure
Dr. Jim Ladlie, ProfitProAG President, will discuss the competitive advantages of bioaugmented manure along with the agronomic benefits. Bioaugmented manure has been processed and converted from odorous, undigested manure into an enzyme-stimulated, microbial plant food that is a more liquefied and organic form that is biologically available for crops.
Proper bioaugmentation of manure helps producers and applicators reduce the negative attributes of liquid manure and improve its handling and value.
Unsecured and Secured Financing Available for 2016
Contact David Widman (who has over 30 years of bank lending experience, mostly in agriculture, and grew up on a family farm) about either input or operational financing for 2016 from AgriSpan. With qualified credit, an UNSECURED loan can range from $10,000.00 to $250,000.00; secured financing limit based on your operation. Call 507-640-1095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to apply.