Biological Farming Seminar: Residue Management & Fall Fertility Programs

Field residue. It can be abundant, especially after a big harvest. It can deplete the nitrogen in the soil affecting next year’s crop. But did you know there’s something you can do right now to set the table for next year’s crop? Something as simple as turning a yield-robbing liability into a yield-enhancing asset. That’s right: a yield-enhancing asset.

At our upcoming seminar & field day agronomists Ken Musselman and Gary Campbell with share residue management techniques that have been proven to work throughout the United States. They will discuss everything that goes into proper residue management – biologicals, appropriate tillage, timing, cover crops, and crop rotation.

residuce snow pic

Why are most of these fields covered in snow while some portions aren’t frozen? Could proper residue management be the reason? Find out on September 8!

Both Ken and Gary have been with AgriEnergy Resources for 25+ years. They have helped growers all over the United States come up with fertility programs that fit their specific needs on any crop, any soil, anywhere. With the right residue management program, they’ve seen improved seedbeds and increased crop yields.

The duo will share tips to help you prepare for winter so you can jump out of the gate strong next spring. You’re not going to want to miss this session at our Biological Farming Seminar & Field Day scheduled from 9:00am-5:00pm Thursday, September 8 at Wise Guys Bar & Grill, 2205 N. Main St., Princeton, Illinois. 

A complimentary lunch will be provided  for those with advanced registration. Please RSVP by calling AgriEnergy Resources at 815-872-1190 or emailing by August 31st. Click here for more information.

Tune in tomorrow to get a feel for how our field and plant tours will be!




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