Precision Planting Conferences
We try to pack a semester’s worth of agronomy class into a six hour day. But this is no academic exercise. The information we talk about are real-world solutions to issues that are limiting our yields. We focus on the things that ensure that we set the maximum potential yield. That means we focus on the planter. From hitch pin to closing wheels. Anything that helps get seed at the right depth, the right spacing and in the right seed trench environment.
2014 Winter Conference - Farming With Speed
The 2014 Winter Conference will feature full-day sessions at which growers can learn about the latest developments and technologies that lead to the best possible yields. Each day will consist of sessions that focus on depth and spacing management, new technology, and above all, planting with speed. All sessions are geared toward giving growers information they can use in their own operations to improve decision-making and boost yields.
Dates for the conference – held at Five Points in Washington, Illinois – are January 21-23, 2014. Admission is free, but spaces are limited and advance registration is required.
Want to register? Go to farmingwithspeed.com
2013 Summer Conference - Harvest Your Potential
Precision Planting, recently hosted more than 2,000 growers from 24 states and five countries at its Tremont, IL, headquarters.
The 2013 Summer Conference featured four, full-day sessions at which high-yield growers and agronomists learned about the latest developments and technologies that lead to the best possible yields. Each day consisted of sessions focused on field scouting, row cleaners and closing systems, down force and population management, and precision monitoring technologies.
Attendees got hands-on field explanations of planting errors and their impact, saw planters in action, and watched demonstrations of cutting-edge planting and monitoring technologies. There also was a special presentation of the improved accuracy of the new YieldSense harvest monitor. All sessions were geared toward giving growers information they can use in their own operations to improve decision-making and boost yields.