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Strategic Farming 2022: Let's talk about sulfur

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Webinar series


Liz Stahl, Extension educator

Phyllis Bongard, Content development and communications specialist

The Strategic Farming webinar series will provide up-to-date, research-based information to help you optimize your crop management strategies for 2022.  Pull up a chair and join in or bring the conversation with you as you go about your day. These online sessions will be very informal and open to all interested. Each session will start with a brief presentation  by the discussion leaders for the day, followed by discussion framed around farmer/participant questions on the topic.

New findings with sulfur fertility 

Moderator: Ryan Miller, Extension educator - crops

Sulfur might be considered a secondary nutrient, but it is essential for crop production. Join Dr. Dan Kaiser, Extension nutrient management specialist, and Jeff Vetsch, Soil scientist, as we discuss sulfur fertility, new findings on sulfur fertilizer, and address your questions and concerns. 

Visit the course page to see all of the webinars being offered in the series.

Strategic Farming webinar series


Crop producers, consultants, ag professionals, Extension and agency personnel, and other interested parties are encouraged to attend.


There is no charge to attend any of the webinars.


Please register using the link below. Once you register for a webinar in the Strategic Farming series, you'll receive a confirmation email.

You'll also receive reminder emails with a link to the webinar prior to the event. There's no need to download any apps or programs to join.  Simply click on "Launch from my browser" in the "Join the webinar" window.  However, if you plan to join from your smart phone, you may need to download the Zoom app. 

You are welcome to attend any and all of the Strategic Farming webinars in the series. You only need to register once.

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