Upcoming Webinar: Is Your Corn Well Fed

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A webinar, “Is Your Corn Well Fed”, will be held on Wednesday, July 21, 2021, from 8:30–9:30 a.m. This program will show how proper plant sampling and interpretation of results used in conjunction with other relevant information can aid in plant nutrition management decisions for corn. Corn growers, Extension agents, crop consultants, as well as other members of the ag community can benefit from this program.

Information will be shared by as well as a discussion panel will include Dr. Ron Heiniger,  NC State University; Dr. Luke Gatiboni, NCSU; Dr. Stephanie Kulesza, NCSU; Dr. Kristin Hicks, N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Agronomic Services; Dr. David Hardy, NCDA&CS, Agronomic Services.

Register for the webinar

For background information about the Extension program that is being conducted in Pasquotank County  working with corn growers to better understand tissue sampling and the use of the test results to assist in nutrition management,  use the following link: Is Your Corn Well Fed

Information that you might find useful about corn and soybean plant nutrition:

Nutrient Uptake, Partitioning, and Remobilization in Modern Soybean Varieties    Ross R. Bender, Jason W. Haegele, and Frederick E. Below

corn plant samples

Tissue samples ready for submission to the NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services Agronomic Services labs

Corn field in northeast North Carolina

Corn field in northeast North Carolina