Take this course to understand how these new regulations will affect your operation and how to recommend pre- and postemergence herbicide technologies to growers with tough-to-control weeds.
After successful completion of this course, you’ll be able to share with your customers:
Alissa Geske is the Product Registration Coordinator for CHS Agronomy. Prior to joining CHS in 2020, she received her Masters in Plant Pathology from the University of Minnesota. The focus of her graduate work was on the soybean disease Sudden Death Syndrome and the Soybean Aphid.
Logan Romines leads the marketing and pricing strategy for the row crop fungicide portfolio and works with both the ADEPIDYN® and SOLATENOL® technologies. He joined Syngenta in 2014 as a development sales representative before spending time in a field sales role in Northwest Iowa. He also spent time in customer marketing, helping the West Heartland business unit implement Syngenta’s marketing strategy at the field level. Logan possesses a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Minnesota State University Moorhead, where he also played college football. He is active in his community and enjoys any opportunity to coach others. Logan currently lives in Greensboro, N.C. with his wife and dog.
Tyler Harp leads the technical marketing strategy for the row crop fungicide portfolio which includes Trivapro® and the Miravis® brands (Miravis Ace, Miravis Neo and Miravis Top). He joined Syngenta in 1999 as a research scientist in California then worked eight years as a research and development field rep in Florida and four years as a global fungicide technical manager in Basel, Switzerland. Upon his return to the United States, Tyler became the product biology technical manager based in Greensboro, N.C. where he led the development of the ADEPIDYN® molecule. After a few years as a development lead in tech services to support Syngenta’s Southern and East Coast commercial unit, Tyler transitioned to his current role. Tyler possesses a master’s degree from University of Arkansas and a doctorate from University of Florida in plant pathology, where his focus was on applied management of economically important diseases with fungicides. He enjoys outdoor activities, camping and being on any lake! Tyler currently lives in Greensboro, N.C. with his wife, children and numerous pets.