How to Thrive in Today’s Ag Economy: Make Plant Protection a Priority

Hope for the best, prepare for the worst.

Isn’t that how it goes in farming? You can have the best looking crop to date, but then one unfortunate event can destroy everything. In the blink of an eye. Unexpectedly.

Make plant protection a priority.

Anthracnose damage in corn.

Anthracnose damage in corn.

Each year throws new challenges at the modern-day farmer. While strong winds, hail, and drought can’t be prevented, growers can protect against yield robbing diseases and pests. Proper plant protection could make the difference in record-breaking yields.

Could plant protection be essential to thriving in agriculture?
Reggie Destree, a Wisconsin-based Organic Marketing consultant, seems to think so. He will be sharing his insights and expertise on soil fertility, cultural practices, soil health, and weed control in a practical and down-to-earth manner. Being a farmer himself for several years, Destree is passionate about staying on the cutting edge of biological and organic farming helping producers to do the same. In addition to representing us here at AgriEnergy Resources, he also represents Dramm Liquid Fish.

Our seminar “How to Thrive in Today’s Ag Economy – 10 Practical, Profitable Solutions” will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday, January 29 at the Chateau Hotel & Conference Center in Bloomington, Illinois. For more information, click here or call (815) 872-1190 to reserve a spot.

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