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PIONEER TO HOST WEBINAR ON NUTRIENT UPTAKES FOR CORN PRODUCTION
Source: Pioneer news release

Johnston, IA - Pioneer remains committed to providing growers with educational opportunities that equip them with crop management insights to guide data-driven decisions. The Pioneer agronomy team continues its free Forward-thinking Farming webinar series on March 5. The hourlong presentation focuses on how farmers can improve nutrient uptake in corn. The webinar is open to the public and farmers need not be Pioneer customers to find the content valuable.

Webinar details:
Date: March 5, 2021

Time: 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. CT

Topic: Feeding Your Field ‒ Nutrient Uptake for Corn Production

Dr. Stephen Strachan will speak on how essential nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium are only valuable if they successfully travel from the soil to the corn roots and how you as a farmer can improve nutrient uptake efficiency overall.

This webinar will cover:
The role of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium from the perspective of a corn plant
How nutrients are stored in the soil and extracted by the corn root
Facts about soil chemistry and plant physiology
Opportunities for farmers to increase corn yields through nutrient management

Register for the webinar by visiting: https://go.pioneer.com/FTF-webinar-3-5-21. After registering, participants will receive a confirmation email containing instructions for joining the webinar.

The Forward-thinking Farming webinar series brings farmers innovative solutions based on research, data-driven proof points and technology. The goal of each session is to help farmers more quickly and accurately identify patterns and be confident when making management decisions.

Additional sessions are planned through August. Past webinars can be viewed at: https://www.pioneer.com/us/agronomy-science/webinars.html.


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