Precision University 2022

Just as ag technology is always updating, so to is Precision University. This year our focus is Using Ag Technology to Manage 2022 Challenges. Based on feedback from last year, it will be delivered in 2 webinars and a half-day, in-person event.

The January 5 webinar will focus on adapting to supply chain shortages. A panel of industry representatives will share what they are seeing and how to work around what you might not have.

The January 12 webinar will turn your attention to sulfur. Some have seen responses to sulfur application while others have not. Dr. Shaun Casteel, Purdue University, and Dr. Steve Culman, The Ohio State University, will share results from their on-farm sulfur research. Dr. John Fulton, The Ohio State University, will also discuss recent research on sulfur and share tips for conducting your own on-farm research to determine if sulfur is a limiting factor on your farm.

On January 19, we will round out the 2022 Precision University with a hands-on look at equipment that will help farmers adapt and fine tune nutrient and crop protection delivery. This event will take place from 9:30-1pm at the Champion Center in Springfield and will include breakfast and lunch.

The webinars are set for 9-10am and are free to attend. The in-person event has a cost of $35. You can register at http://go.osu.edu/PrecisionU.

We have multiple sponsorship opportunities. To be a part of Precision University, check out sponsor levels at http://go.osu.edu/PrecisionUSponsor.

You can view information from our 2020 event on Combating Compaction here. And the 2021 webinar series addressing reduced working days here.

Crop Observation and Recommendation Network

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