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SOILS 101: HOW YOUR SOIL AFFECTS SOIL RESIDUAL CHEMISTRY

Soils are a critical component of optimizing soil residual chemistry. However, crop protection decisions are often made by considering the weed, disease, pest and/or economic drivers first with soil characteristics and soil chemistry interactions as secondary decisions.

FMC Technical Sales Manager Kirk Sager and Technical Sales Representative Ryan Hunt want you to have the knowledge to make better decisions with FMC soil-applied products. This webinar provides attendees with a basic understanding of soils outside the view of simply growing a crop and equip them with the information required to optimize performance on every acre.

Key Takeaways:

  • What soil and chemical properties drive chemistry selection decisions.
  • How the interface of soils and chemistry help to manage weed, insect, and disease control over time.
  • How to make better ground-up decisions including how to select soil residual chemistries and their rates.
  • How common chemistries interact with soil.

Duration: 1 hour, 4 minutes

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