A two-day symposium for growers, farm managers, owners, consultants, golf course superintendents, turf managers, landscapers, lawn care professionals, nurseries, farm supply personnel, farm chemical and fertilizer company salesmen and all who can benefit from more efficient inputs. Learn how to improve your soilsâ€™ health by building the organic matter and nutrient reserves to maximize your plantsâ€™ full genetic potential and attain Maximum Economic Yields using the Best Management Practices.February 2 - 3, 2011
Presenters will provide general and technical information, current research data and practical applications for each of the following key topics:
Soil and Plant nutrient assessment tools: Understanding that Soil fertility is not just N-P-K.
Understanding TPSLÂ®â€™s Natural (CO2) Soil Analysis and soil balancing.
Foliar feeding: Using TPSLÂ®â€™s exclusive Ask the Plant Â® Petiole Analysis.
Micronutrients: Their rÃ´le in maximizing yields and suppressing and remediating diseases and insect pressures.
Water Management: Essentials of Water Analysis and its components to maximize efficiency of soil and foliar applications â€“ and the avoidance of myriad dramatic problems due to bad water quality.
Compost and Compost Teas: Their rÃ´les in a sustainable growing operation.
Often ignored but essential ingredients for productive and disease / insect resistant soils and plants: How to increase fertilizer efficiency by using Soil Inoculants, Humic and Fulvic Acids, Sugars, Hormones, Surfactants, etc.
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