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Staying on Target: How to Achieve Optimum Disease Control

CEU Credits: 1 |
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 06/10/2021
| Course Duration: 54:04

Factors like severe temperatures, high wind speeds, nozzles used, and small droplet size can increase drift and decrease the performance of crop protection products. Take this course to help your customers minimize yield loss from disease and environmental stress starting with on-target fungicide applications using drift and deposition aid adjuvants.

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

  • How drift and deposition aids improve on-target placement of pesticides
  • The benefits and types of drift and deposition aids
  • The best time to apply fungicide
  • How to increase plant throughput through nitrogen assimilation and photosynthesis
  • How to minimize yield loss from environmental and oxidative stress


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.   


Kelly Liberator

Kelly Liberator

BASF, Technical Marketing Manager – Row Crop Fungicides and Plant Health

Kelly Liberator is the Technical Marketing Manager for BASF Row Crop Fungicides and Plant Health. She earned an MS from in Plant Pathology from NC State and joined BASF in 2006.  Since then, she has held several positions in BASF including Biologist in Fungicide R&D and a Technical Service Representative covering the Carolinas and Virginia.