Biome Makers hosts webinar Input Performance Verification & Recommendation

Join Biome Makers for a free webinar, Input Performance Verification & Recommendation, this Wednesday, June 8th at 8 AM (PDT). Crop Manager, Devin Clarke at Yara North America joins Sr. Agronomy Field Sales USA, Al Toops, and Sr. Agronomist USA, Jacob Parnell at Biome Makers to discuss strategic and intentional fertilizer application. They will explore how to verify input performance, make product recommendations, and predict the effects of products on yields.

Join Biome Makers for a free webinar, Input Performance Verification & Recommendation, this Wednesday, June 8th at 8 AM (PDT).


Crop Manager, Devin Clarke at Yara North America joins Sr. Agronomy Field Sales USA, Al Toops, and Sr. Agronomist USA, Jacob Parnell at Biome Makers to discuss strategic and intentional fertilizer application. They will explore how to verify input performance, make product recommendations, and predict the effects of products on yields.

Devin Clarke manages the Yara North America Incubator Farm in Modesto, California, a center for research, solution trials, and knowledge sharing. Yara North America used Biome Makers' BeCrop® technology to measure the effectiveness of management practices in the field and investigate how intensive fertigation impacted soil biology.

In this webinar, you can learn more about:
-Strategic fertilizer application
-Soil health, soil biology, and nutrient efficiency
-Demonstrating input performance
-Identifying recommendation patterns
-Impacts of the intensive fertigation program

You can register for this webinar on the Biome Makers website, https://info.biomemakers.com/webinar-input-performance-verification-recommendations

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