Eastern Ontario Crop Conference - Tuesday February 12th, 2019

Program

Arena
Hall A
Hall B
Hall C
Theatre
8:30am

Registration

Precision to Digital Agriculture

Farm data and ability to provide value and information.
John Fulton
John P. Fulton

Corn Nitrogen Management

A look at the complex nitrogen management decisions brought about by increasing economic and environmental pressures, along with new technologies and products.
Emerson Nafziger

Precision to Digital Agriculture (Repeat)

Evolving from Precision to Digital Agriculture with farm data and ability to provide value and information.
John Fulton
John P. Fulton

Corn Nitrogen Management (Repeat)

A look at the complex nitrogen management decisions brought about by increasing economic and environmental pressures, along with new technologies and products.
Emerson Nafziger

Art or Science of Tillage (Repeat)

Fundamental considerations for tillage systems that work! Pros and cons of no-till, min-till, strip mulch conventional tillage and more!
Greg Stewart - Speaker
Greg Steward

Delivering Data

A bird’s eye view of the data management systems – what they deliver and what to consider.
Karon Cowan - AgTech GIS
Karon Cowan

Compaction – Ontario Learning

What we learned from the Ontario Compaction Day 2017?
James Dyck
James Dyck
Ian McDonald
Ian McDonald

Forecasting Tools

Development of monitoring tools, which will help plan timing of field work and with the management of tile drain control structures.
Michael Jones
Michael Jones
Sandra Mancini
Sandra Mancini

Disease Decisions

Disease cost you money! Which diseases matter, what to do about them in 2018 and more.
Albert Tenuta
Albert Tenuta

Soybeans: Capturing the Full Potential

Latest research to take your soybean yields to the next level: fertility, field rolling, foliar fungicides, and high yield management strategies.
Horst Bohner
Horst Bohner

Environmental Stress Tolerance

How to build crop resilience by using rotations, cover crops, soil management and tillage.
Dave Hooker
Dr. Dave Hooker

Disease Decisions (Repeat)

Disease cost you money! Which diseases matter, what to do about them.
Albert Tenuta
Albert Tenuta

Western Bean Cutworm (Repeat)

What have we learned in the past ten years? What do we still need to know to better manage this pest.
Jocelyn L. Smith PhD
Jocelyn Smith
Tracey Baute
Tracey Baute

Persistent Weed Management (Repeat)

All farmers battle with stubborn, tenacious weeds. Get tips on how to expel, exploit or execrate problem weeds.
Mike Cowbrough - Speaker
Mike Cowbrough

Malting Barley

All about growing and marketing malting barley, from variety selection to contracts.
Devin Huffman
Devin Huffman
Duane Falk
Duane Falk

Dry Bean Production!

Leading edge agronomic information for top dry bean production – Steps to success, opportunities and risks.
Meghan Moran
Meghan Moran

Roots in the Soil

How root trait diversity impacts the soil ecology and influences nutrient dynamics for the crop.
Angela Straathof
Angela Straathof

Western Bean Cutworm

What have we learned and what do we still need to know and do to better manage this pest in Ontario.
Jocelyn L. Smith PhD
Jocelyn Smith
Tracey Baute
Tracey Baute

Forage Soybeans

How to make & feed whole plant quality soybean silage and what are the economics.
Clare Kinlin
Clare Kinlin

Grazing Cover Crops

A perspectives from both, a livestock and a cash-crop farmer! The nitty gritty of making this arrangement work for both.
Adam Shea
Adam Bent
Adam Bent

Ag Census 2016

An overview of the Ontario farmland landscape and a look at trends and opportunities identified in the latest census.
Stephen Duff
Stephen Duff

Ag Census 2016 (Repeat)

An overview of the Ontario farmland landscape and a look at trends and opportunities identified in the latest census.
Stephen Duff
Stephen Duff

Phosphorus Management

Management of manure and other organic amendments for phosphorus and a look at the P Index.
Christine Brown
Christine Brown

Precision Farming Realities (repeat)

What works and what doesn’t! The latest on precision agriculture research and practical findings in Ontario.
Nicole Rabe
Nicole Rabe
Ben Rosser - OMAFRA
Ben Rosser

Art or Science of Tillage

Fundamental considerations for tillage systems that work! Pros and cons of no-till, min-till, strip mulch conventional tillage and more!
Greg Stewart - Speaker
Greg Steward

Reducing Tillage

Grower panel discusses their strategies for making reduced-tillage systems work for them.
Eric Kaiser
Eric Kaiser
Harold McPhail
Harold McPhail
Mark Foster
Mark Foster

Cover Crops

How to maximize nutrient benefits from cover crops.
Adam Hayes
Adam Hayes
Jake Munroe
Jake Munroe

Persistent Weed Management

All farmers battle with stubborn, tenacious weeds. Get tips on how to expel, exploit or execrate problem weeds.
Mike Cowbrough - Speaker
Mike Cowbrough

Market Outlook

Grains and oilseeds outlook and marketing strategies for 2018.
Stephen Kell
Stephen Kell

Precision Farming Realities

What works and what doesn’t! The latest on precision agriculture research and practical findings in Ontario.
Nicole Rabe
Nicole Rabe
Ben Rosser - OMAFRA
Ben Rosser

Environmental Stress Tolerance (Repeat)

How to build crop resilience by using rotations, cover crops, soil management and tillage.
Dave Hooker
Dr. Dave Hooker

Soybeans: Capturing the Potential (Repeat)

Latest research to capture the full potential of your yields: fertility, field rolling, fungicides and other management strategies
Horst Bohner
Horst Bohner

Precision Farming Realities

What works and what doesn’t! The latest on precision agriculture research and practical findings in Ontario.
Nicole Rabe
Nicole Rabe
Ben Rosser - OMAFRA
Ben Rosser