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Mixing the Tank: Maximize your Enlist Application

CEU Credits: Pending* i |
Crop Management
*CHS Agronomy has submitted this course and is awaiting approval from the Agronomy Society of America. Once approval is received, your transcript will automatically update and if your CCA number is included on your profile your credits will automatically be reported in 4-6 weeks.x
Published 05/16/2022
| Course Duration: 49:20

Using the Enlist weed control system which includes burndown, residual and post-emergence herbicides along with approved adjuvants can provide control of difficult weeds. Take this course to help customers make effective, agronomically sound decisions when it comes to weed management options including the Enlist weed control system and different types of adjuvants.

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

  • What adjuvants are and what they do
  • Types of adjuvants including surfactants, oils, water conditioners and soy-enhanced
  • How to tank mix adjuvants and herbicides
  • The benefits and timing of burndown, residual and post-emergence herbicides
  • How to control weeds using the Enlist weed control system

Instructors

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.

Corey Klaphake

Corey Klaphake

CHS Agronomy, Technical Product Specialist

Corey Klaphake received his B.S. In Crop and Weed Science from North Dakota State University in 2015, and since has worked for CHS Inc. He began working in CHS’s Product Development group as the company’s Product Registration Coordinator. During this role he was focused on the regulatory side of the business but, also became involved in research and development of new products. In October of 2016 Corey started his current role as a Technical Specialist and currently covers territories in Iowa and Illinois.   

 

Eric Scherber, Ph.D.

Eric Scherber, Ph.D.

Corteva, U.S. Crop Protection Launch Manager

Scherder was born in Bowling Green, Missouri, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in General Agriculture from the University of Missouri at Columbia. He earned his M.S. and a Ph.D. in Weed Science from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Scherder worked as the Southern Regional Agronomist for AgriGold Hybrids in 2003 for one year before transitioning into the U.S. Agronomic Product Development Manager. In this role, he supervised the U.S. Agronomic team and oversaw product selection, implementation and customer training for current and new products.

In 2008, Scherder joined Dow AgroSciences as a Northern Crops R&D Field Scientist in Iowa, where he led the U.S. R&D effort on Dow AgroSciences Nitrogen Stabilizers and conducted field research on various aspects of SmartStax Corn, Enlist Weed Control System for corn and soybeans, various key corn and soybean chemical and insecticide projects for this region of the U.S. In 2017, Scherder transitioned to the commercial team and served as the Western Region – Customer Technical Specialist and worked with Western Region Crop Protection teams and Pioneer from an educational training and positioning on current and future products. As Dow AgroSciences transitioned to Corteva Agriscience in 2019, he joined the Crop Protection Marketing team as the newly created U.S. Crop Protection Launch Manager working across all Crop Protection Product Managers on new product launches. In 2021, his role expanded further to also lead the U.S. Enlist Field Specialist team, along with his continued efforts on launching new crop protection products.