Webinar Schedule

Webinar Schedule


CropLife hosts dozens of webinars each year. Below is a list of upcoming events, as well as archived presentations that can be viewed on demand. Plus, Certified Crop Advisors (CCAs) can earn CEUs by attending these webinars.

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Tariffs and Global Crop Protection: What’s Next in the U.S.-China Trade War?

JUNE 5, 2019 | 3 P.M. ET

The escalating trade battle between the two economic superpowers is reverberating throughout the crop protection chemical supply chain. Get your questions answered about the timelines, products affected, and potential outcomes in this special CropLife-AgriBusiness Global webinar event.

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State of Ag Retail Distribution: Insights from Industry Experts

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: DECEMBER 12 , 2018

A perfect storm of changes is impacting the ag retail distribution chain. From a declining commodities market and consolidation at every level, to trade tariffs and e-commerce business models, a slew of factors are radically altering every aspect of the supply channel. Staying on top of this ever-changing market landscape can be daunting. That’s why the editors of CropLife magazine are presenting the exclusive webinar “The State of Ag Retail Distribution: Insights from Industry Experts.”

*Approved for 0.5 CEU Credit in Professional Development

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High-Yielding Soybeans: More Sulfur (and Nitrogen) Acquired or Required?

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: DECEMBER 5, 2018

Our speaker, Dr. Shaun Casteel of Purdue University, will highlight key management practices for growers to keep in mind when aiming for high soybean yields. He will discuss details of those recommended practices as they relate to optimizing yields. In particular, he will share some of his recent findings in the nutritional needs and patterns of modern soybean production, especially sulfur and nitrogen. He has been exploring sulfur sources and timings to improve production and profitability.

Approved for .5 CEU credit in Nutrient Management and .5 CEU credit in Crop Management

Registration courtesy of AdvanSix Inc.

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Tariff Turmoil in Crop Protection: What You Need To Know

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: NOVEMBER 1, 2018

The Trump Administration has imposed a 10% tariff on many products coming from China, including crop protection chemistries, with another 25% slated to hit on January 1.

How are manufacturers reacting, and what can the distribution channel do to prepare?

JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL CROPLIFE-AGRIBUSINESS GLOBAL WEBINAR EVENT event featuring crop protection expert Jim DeLisi of Fanwood Chemical. Jim will provide an insider’s perspective on the current and future impact of the tariffs and tips on managing through the weeks and months ahead.

Presented by CropLife and AgriBusiness Global magazines

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Using Data to Boost Your Bottom Line

How Analytics and Integrated Supply Chain Systems Can Extract Value for Ag Retailers

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: OCTOBER 25, 2018

Research conducted by Proagrica reveals several common challenges faced by many in ag retail. More than 75% of ag retailers say they need to improve their current systems.

Join Proagrica’s Matt Waits and Noah Butler for this webinar to understand how integration of Ag Retail’s ERP and POS systems with your supply chain and precision ag solutions can deliver efficiencies that improve your bottom line. The Proagrica team will also discuss how analytics can be applied to an integrated supply chain for improved decision making and even greater competitive advantages.

Presented by Proagrica

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Macro Myths About the Micronutrient Boron

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: OCTOBER 4, 2018

Boron is one of eight micronutrients that – when applied in the right proportions with macronutrients – becomes one of the most important crop nutrition factors to achieving higher yields. But because the line between boron toxicity and deficiency is narrower than with many other essential nutrients, some farmers are hesitant when it comes to applying boron on their crops.

Join Dr. Ross Bender, Senior Agronomist at The Mosaic Company, as he debunks some of the most common myths about boron and explains how new fertilizer technologies have improved boron management by providing improved nutrient distribution, season-long boron availability and a flexible application window.

CCA Board-Approved for .5 CEU in Nutrient Management.

Presented by The Mosaic Company

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Turning Data Into Action Within Soybean Production

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: AUGUST 30, 2018

From improved input efficiency and crop production to better stewardship, best practices in soybean production must start with valid and usable data sets. A solid plan for managing data must be paired with the use of existing and emerging tech tools from planting, fertility, and crop protection all the way to harvest. The Ohio State University’s John Fulton leads a discussion of these tools and techniques, providing farmers with ideas for moving forward with a solid data action plan.

Presented by the American Soybean Association and the United Soybean Board

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Labeling Requirements that are Applicable to Repackaging of Pesticides

Presented by Syngenta

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: JULY 24, 2018

Proper labeling is important for legal, worker safety, and environmental reasons. This webinar will review:

  • The EPA Registration Number, EPA Establishment Number and Net Contents for all pesticide labels
  • How to properly label stationary bulk tanks and portable refillable containers
  • Managing label inventories

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Putting Ag Tech to Work In-Season

Presented by WinField United

NOW ON DEMAND | ORIGINAL AIR DATE: JUNE 7, 2018

In a market where every dollar counts, farmers need to ensure each input they purchase is used wisely. Retailers have access to advancing technologies like forecasting and modeling tools, satellite imagery and tissue sampling data analysis to help farmers make informed input decisions throughout the growing season to optimize ROI and yield potential.

During this webinar, Joel Wipperfurth, director of ag technology, WinField United, and Andrew Laney, technology manager, WinField United, will explore these technologies and provide tips for guiding farmers through the in-season decision-making process, drawing on examples of retailers and farmers who have found success with various tools.

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Tim Cole says:

I would like to thank the author(s) of the two part article concerning bringing employees in to agriculture and retaining them. I was blown away by these thoughts and the implications they have on the true reality of thee matters. I was also impressed with the high demand for new employee partners in Agriculture and believe that to be a strong statement about the bright future of this industry!

Respectfully,

Tim Cole

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