Field Crops Webinar 2-15-21 - Corn Production - Joe Lauer
From Eric Anderson
In the first session on Feb. 15, Joe Lauer, corn agronomy specialist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will focus on “Corn Yield Drivers and Profit Robbers in the Northern U.S. Corn Belt.” Profitable corn production is extremely important to Midwest U.S. agriculture. Farmers today face fluctuating prices and rising production costs. They must be well informed about new technologies to maximize yield and profitability.
This session is designed to provide technical insight and practical advice for key agronomic management decisions. Specific topics will focus on crop productivity, quality and production system efficiency. Hybrid selection, rotation, tillage and plant/replant and yield loss damage assessments will be addressed. Emphasis is on impacts of these cropping practices on grower profitability.