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SouthWest Agricultural Conferences Proceedings Available Online

Proceedings from 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012

All available proceedings for 2015 are displayed below

Session 2 - Making Strip Tillage Work

Description: Shanks, coulters, fertilizer, cover crops, spring or fall. These producers put it all on the table.
Presented By: Mike Cornelissen-Watford ; Michael Schouten-Richmond ; Harry Biermans-Chesley
Video Recording

Session 7 - Soybeans: The Next Level

Description: Combining advanced agronomics, traits and germplasm to achieve new soybean yield levels.
Presented By: Dr. Tony White-Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO
Video Recording

Session 8 - Tillage Options Donneybrook

Description: Three young farmers “duke it out” over tillage systems. Which one works for you?
Presented By: Roger Buurma-Watford; Tyler Vollmerhausen-Innerkip; Eric Dietrich-Lucan
Video Recording

Session 10 - Protected Nitrogen

Description: ESN, Agrotain, eNtrench and more: so many N additives. The when, where, how and IF you should use them.
Presented By: Dr. Sylvie Brouder-Purdue University
Video Recording

Session 11 - The Need For Speed

Description: Can new age corn planters actually deliver great stands at 10MPH?
Presented By: Hauke Claussen-Claussen Farms; Steven Reynolds-John Deere; Lars Thylén-Väderstad, Sweden
Video Recording

Session 12 - What’s Next in Wheat?

Description: Melding the most recent science with field realities: what can we learn next from the Brits?
Presented By: Jim Orson-Research Director, NIAB/TAG, England, UK.
Video Recording

Session 13 - Breaking Bean Barriers

Description: From seed treatments to foliars, biologicals to pesticides, the individual inputs and management combinations that work across the Midwestern US.
Presented By: Dr. Shaun Casteel-Purdue University
Video Recording

Session 15 - The U.S. Farm Bill and You

Description: What is the new bill? How will it affect U.S. farming decisions, and how might it affect Canadian farmers?
Presented By: Dr. David Schweikhardt-Michigan State University
Video Recording

Session 17 - Nitrogen Knowledge!!

Description: What’s real in nitrogen? Can we predict when more N is needed? Will late N applications add yield to corn? All these answers and MORE!
Presented By: Dr. Peter Scharf-University of Missouri
Video Recording

Session 26 - Red Clover and Beyond!

Description: Red clover is anything but consistent. What are the other options, and do they pay?
Presented By: David Start-Woodstock; Blake Vince-Merlin
Video Recording

Session 34 - The Cost of Erosion!

Description: Brownouts, washouts, rills, gullies. What does erosion cost agriculture, and what are the solutions?
Presented By: Dr. Rick Cruse-Iowa State University
Video Recording

Session 35 - Making Precision Management Work!

Description: The key information needed to define management zones, and what to do next.
Presented By: Prof. Raj Khosla-Colorado State University
Video Recording

Session 37 - Big Data!?

Description: It’s coming from your tractor, your combine, your sprayer. Who owns it? Who should get access to it? Can it deliver?
Presented By: Robert Ludwig-The Hale Group
Video Recording

Session 40 - Building Soils

Description: Cash crop. Residue removal. Cover crops. The latest research on how to leave your soil in better condition than you found it.
Presented By: Dr. Shannon Osborne,-USDA-ARS
Video Recording

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