“Soils are becoming severely degraded. It’s our mission at Heliae® Agriculture to help change that and provide growers with returns that deliver more than yield,” says Heliae President and CEO, Eric Lichtenheld. “We focus on changing soil through a regenerative approach and share our approach and solutions with growers nationwide to help aid their long term success.”
The live webinar experience will kick-off on November 17th at 10 a.m. central standard time with an in-depth discussion with renowed Rutgers University plant pathology professor, Dr. James White, who will be joined by Heliae Chief Revenue Officer, Norm Davy and Vice President of Agriculture Science, Dr. Karl Wyant. The trio will explore the soil’s microbiome through discussion and the examination of Dr. White’s research on the Rhizophagy Cycle. The session promises to offer insight into the newly discovered process of a plant’s ability to “farm” the beneficial microbes it needs and fundamental management strategies that can be implemented within any production model.
Day two, November 18, brings the Heliae® Agriculture science, research and sales team together in a discussion that focuses on the creation of a healthy soil biome. Here, the team will take a deeper look at the multitude of benefits that come from improving your soil, sharing the timeline of the PhycoTerra® Soil Amendment team’s research and discovery, and the efficacy and return on investment a regenerative approach brings to any farming operation. Both sessions will feature a dedicated live Q&A segment to allow viewers to submit questions to the panels of professionals for real-time answers.
Both sessions will feature a dedicated live Q&A segment to allow viewers to submit questions to the panels of professionals for real-time answers, and offer 4 Certified Crop Advisor (CCA) continuing education units (CEUs). Each day will also feature breakout sessions that focus on showcasing regional PhycoTerra® trial results. (Link to news release).
For more information on the 2-Day Webinar experience: Rethinking Soil Productivity or to register CLICK HERE.