Priority #2 – The First 40 Days

The first 40 days can make or break anything. Whether it’s the first 40 days on a new diet, exercise program, or a new crop year. The first 40 days are crucial. Ken Musselman and a long-time friend of AgriEnergy, Jerry Carlson of Renewable Farming LLC, will discuss why getting the crop off to a good start is of vital importance at our upcoming seminar Next Generation Farming: Yesterday’s Knowledge + Today’s Technology = Our Future.

Ken will outline some of the important management techniques that set the stage for top yields while Jerry will explain how you can make foliar applications work for you. The two have been at the forefront of moving biological farming ahead in this country for nearly 30 years. Jerry, who owns and operates Renewable Farming LLC with his wife Jill, will share how their products (such as WakeUP Summer) can add to your bottom line. Jerry specializes in research and distribution while his son, Erik Carlson and his wife Jeanene, manufacture the WakeUP products at Generation Ag LLC. Check out what WakeUP Summer can do when blended with our Accelerator and other foliar products!

Renewable Farming LLC

You may appreciate hearing some of what the two have learned throughout the years.

Our seminar will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 26 at the Timber Creek Convention Center, 3300 Drew Avenue, Sandwich, Illinois 60548. A block of rooms have been reserved at the Timber Creek Inn & Suites (attached to the convention center) 630-273-6000. Please note, there is no charge to attend this seminar. Reservations were due by January 18, but we have a limited number of seats available. Please RSVP to AgriEnergy Resources 815-872-1190 or info@agrienergy.net.

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