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Combatting Cereal Killers: Foliar Applications in Wheat

CEU Credits: Submitted |
Integrated Pest Management
Published 05/14/2021
| Course Duration: 49:15

Nutrient deficiency, disease and weeds can rob spring wheat of grain quality, yield potential and harvest efficiency. Take this course to help your customers use foliar applications in wheat to maximize their crop potential by including fertilizer, fungicide and herbicide all in one pass.

After successful completion of this course, you will be able to share with customers:

  • The importance of macro and micronutrients in wheat
  • How wheat uptakes nutrients through mass flow, diffusion and root interception
  • When to apply foliar micronutrients with herbicides and fungicides
  • How to combat foliar diseases in wheat through integrated management
  • The impact of weeds on grain quality, yield potential and harvest efficiency in wheat

Instructors

Codee Lee

Codee Lee

CHS Agronomy, Technical Specialist

Originally from a family farm by Velva, ND.  I received both my Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from NDSU where I specialized in weed science under Dr. Kirk Howatt.  Previous experience: Field Research Assistant at Agrotech for 8 summers and Research Agronomist for Cibus canola for 1.5 years.  Now I’ve been working for CHS Agronomy as Technical Specialist for just over a year.    

Andrew Fillmore

Andrew Fillmore

CHS Agronomy, Technical Specialist

Andrew Fillmore is a native of Minnesota and attended North Dakota State University where he received a bachelors degree in Agriculture. For 5 years he represented West Central Distribution, LLC as a technical specialist in Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon with a focus in specialty micronutrients. Andrew has been with CHS Agronomy for over 1 year as a Technical Representative.

Ryan Bryant, Ph.D

Ryan Bryant, Ph.D

UPL, Technical Services Manager - Southern Region

Ryan is from Goodwell, Oklahoma and currently lives in Amarillo, Texas. He earned a B.S. from Oklahoma Panhandle State University, then a M.S. and Ph.D. in Crop Science from Oklahoma State University. Ryan’s experience includes 6 years in ag research and technical services.

Josh Jennings, Ph.D.

Josh Jennings, Ph.D.

UPL, Technical Services Manager - Central Region

Josh is a native of Kansas. He earned a bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. in agronomy, both from Kansas State University. Josh’s experience includes 6 years in ag sales and 10 years in ag research and technical services. Josh currently resides in Fargo, ND.