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Nutrient options and market updates at June Ag in Motion digital event

Saskatoon, SK., June 17, 2021 – The upcoming June 23 Ag in Motion™ digital event day focuses on sharing important tips with Western Canadian farmers on boosting nutrient uptake in their crops plus offers important updates on current markets and forecasts for 2021. 

Speakers at the Wednesday, June 23 digital event day will share information on the theme Getting on with Growing – Vigilance in Crop Care, presented by xarvio Digital Farming Solutions. The Ag in Motion digital event is free to attend and farmers only need to register for a digital pass at aginmotion.ca. 

Highlights include (see backgrounder for more details): 

  • Variable Rate & Precision Ag: with Dennis Bulani, prairie pioneer of variable rate agronomy 
  • Revising Crop Nutrient Uptake & Removal Guidelines: with Fran Walley, Associate Dean and Professor at the University of Saskatchewan 
  • Simply Smarter Crop Protection: xarvio™ Digital Farming Solutions shares more on their cutting-edge digital farming solutions  
  • New Utrisha™ N Nutrient Efficiency Biostimulant from Corteva Agriscience: for a constant flow of nitrogen throughout the crop cycle in cereals, canola, corn and soybeans 
  • What’s New in Fungicides from Bayer: the newest fungicides from Bayer and conducting fungicide trials on your own farm 
  • 2021 Field of STARS Campaign: details of the 2021 Field of STARS fundraising efforts to help STARS be there for the next patient 
  • North American Market Update and Hedging Interest Rate Risk: RBC will provide a market update and review key drivers in the Canadian interest rate environment 
  • MarketsFarm Western Canadian Markets Discussion: experts from MarketsFarm will discuss the latest activity in the markets 

“June is a busy season, but it’s also a time when critical information can help inform key decisions on the farm,” says Rob O’Connor, Ag in Motion Show Director. “We want to bring expert voices together for one day to share essential information plus make it possible for farmers to watch from the cab of their sprayer.”  

O’Connor notes that the June 23 digital event is mobile-friendly so farmers can view the sessions on their phones or tablets, or come back to view the information later on when their schedule allows.  

The June Ag in Motion digital event is the second of six events planned throughout the year. Registration for a digital pass is free and gives farmers all-year access to past sessions plus first-to-hear notification for future sessions and special offers. Information will remain online until December 31, 2021.  

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