Iron Deficiency Chlorosis (IDC) affects growers across the Upper Midwest, including Minnesota, and parts of North and South Dakota. This yield-robbing condition should be top-of-mind for growers knowing that its effects have the potential to be devastating. However, it’s important to remember that IDC is avoidable. Take this course to help growers identify iron deficiency chlorosis (IDC) in their fields and manage tough to control weeds.
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Bruce Carlson is a Technical Specialist with CHS Agronomy. Before joining the company four years ago, he worked for DuPont/Pioneer for 27 years working in varies roles. Roles included Account Manager, Technical Rep. and Field Agronomist. Bruce graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Soil Science and Agronomy.
Dr. John Pawlak received his B.S. and M.S. in soil science from Michigan State University. He completed his Ph.D. in Weed Science at Oklahoma State University and has been a part of the Valent U.S.A. weed science efforts for 32 years. In his current position as Senior Product Development Manager, he is responsible for developing new herbicides and PDM management.