Document 400443

The Southwest Soil and Crop Improvement
Associations and the Ontario Ministry of
Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
present…
in Ridgetown, Ontario
Tuesday & Wednesday
January 6th & 7th • 2
2015
Rising UP to the Challenges!
PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY
Register online, by phone, fax or mail
by December 22, 2014
With Support From Farm Producers, Agribusiness, and
www.southwestagconference.ca
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Feature Speakers
TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2015
Join Us At...
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW
AGRICULTURE’S
“ROAD WARRIOR”
Exhibits located in the RDC Auditorium. Refreshments available.
With more than 9 million miles of travel, coupled
with years of research, David applies cutting edge
information to deliver a unique perspective into the
future trends of the agricultural industry and economy.
RDC Auditorium
Dr. David Kohl
Presideent of AgriVisions
President
AgriVisions, LLC
Professor Emeritus,
Department of Agriculture &
Applied Economics, VA Tech.
Blacksburg, Virginia
"TASTE ONTARIO" RECEPTION
Tuesday, January 6
4:00 - 6:00 pm
End the day with a complimentary
reception featuring fine Ontario foods.
BROUGHT TO YOU BY:
Brochure Sponsors
• Columnist for Corn and Soybean Digest and other
ag lending publications
• Author and workshop leader
Sponsored by:
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2015
THE
TORNADO HUNTER
“Build the best legacy you can!”
Greg Johnson will inspire, enthrall and enlighten,
as he convinces you to chase your passions with the
lessons he has learned while pursuing his: Tornados!
Greg Johnson
Storm Chaser and
Severe Weather Expert
Regina, Saskatchewan
• Correspondent with The Weather Network
• Author of Blown Away
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Don’t Miss These...
Dr. Dave
Hooker
U of G,
Ridgetown
Campus
Morris
Sagriff
Pioneer
Hi-Bred
International Inc.
1 MAXIMUM Corn!
Raise the bar on corn yield! Interactions between inputs are the
next wave in higher yields. Learn what WORKS, and what doesn’t.
Dr. Tony White
Monsanto Company, St. Louis, MO
7 Soybeans: The Next Level
Soybean genetics are rapidly opening the door to
bigger yields, with more traits added at every turn.
But AGRONOMICS are the KEY to realizing this yield potential.
John Kolk
Farmer and Environmentalist
9 Colliding Expectations
Conflicting views between Production Agriculture
and the Environment challenge us all. John’s
innovative and environmentally conscious management on his
4000 acre ranch provide the ideas you can use on your own farm.
Dr. Peter Scharf
University of Missouri
17 Nitrogen Knowledge!!
Rain, Y-drops, rates, sensors, nitrogen uptake
timing? The where, when and why of nitrogen:
how to make more yield and put bigger profits in your pocket!
Prof. Raj Khosla
Colorado State University
35 Making Precision Management Work!
Where do you draw the lines? Yield maps,
satellites images, soil information, the list is
endless. The critical components and years of data needed to
define management zones, and what to do once you have them.
Robert Ludwig, The Hale Group
37 Big Data!?
The solution to almost everything could be in this
nebulous “cloud”, where all your data is going.
How to make sure you stay in control, and that the
answers delivered help YOUR bottom line.
Conference Info
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DRAW DATES
NOVEMBER 21
Sunday Brunch for Two - Country View Golf Course
Overnight Accommodation - Comfort Inn, Chatham
NOVEMBER 28
5 Drawer Steel Tool Cabinet Carter Home Hardware, Ridgetown
Dinner for Two - Glitters Fun Eatery, Chatham
DECEMBER 5
Soil Probe - SGS Agri Food Laboratories
Sunday Brunch for Two - Country View Golf Course
Tune in to CFCO 92.9FM or 630AM for the
draw winners and other conference updates.
REFRESHMENTS AND MEALS
Registration includes LUNCH
served at 11:00 am or noon.
Box Lunch Pickup: RDC Auditorium and Agronomy B30.
Refreshments available at the Industry Trade Show all day.
CONFERENCE WORKBOOK
Speaker & sponsor info, session notes, maps, CEU’s
and more included with your registration.
ACCOMMODATIONS
COMFORT INN
1100 Richmond Street, Chatham
Phone: 519-352-5500
From Highway 401, take Exit 81 (Bloomfield Road).
Travel north for 3km, and turn right at Richmond Street into hotel.
Starting at $82.99 per room per night
(plus applicable taxes) - INCLUDES BREAKFAST
Please call by December 16, 2014 and quote "Group #1728972"
Dr. Shannon Osborne
USDA-ARS
40 Building Soils
Soils are our livelihood! After years of mining the
soil, is it even possible to build back the soil organic
matter that we survive on? YES! And Shannon will tell you how.
UNABLE TO ATTEND
If you have pre-registered and are unable to attend,
your registration may be transferred to another individual
or applied towards registration at the 2016 Conference.
No refunds will be granted.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
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Agronomy AAg Th
Theatre*
Agronomy 126
Agronomy 127**
Agronomy B34/B35
Livestock
Pavilion†
RDC Don J. Pestell ‘62
Auditorium
RDC Pioneer Hi-Bred
Lecture Theatre
RDC 102 - Ridgetown
Community Classroom
RDC 110 Classroom††
RDC 111 Sun-Brite Classroom
Workshops
9:00 - 9:50
8:00 - 9:00 Rudy H. Brown Rural Development Center (RDC)
REGISTRATION
LOCATION
35
21
2
39
7
Making Precision
Management Work!
Glyphosate
Resistant Weeds
Making Strip Tillage
Work
The Crop View
from 400 Feet
Soybeans:
The Next Level
10:00 - 10:50
9 Colliding Expectations
8
Tillage Options
Donneybrook
11 The Need For Speed
45 Windbreaks Work
4
BUFFET
LUNCH
Served:
11:00 or
12:00
Herbicide Carryover
on Cover Crops
Sponsored By:
Grain Marketing
Update
40 Building Soils
Subsurface Irrigation
30
for Field Crops?
32 DIY Tiling
42 Dirt Poor or Soil RICH! 43 Disease Decisions
34 The Cost of Erosion!
15
23
The U.S. Farm Bill
and You
Wicked Weeds Next Door
14 The Hot CORN-er
26
Red Clover
and Beyond!
BOXED
LUNCH
37 Big Data!?
Moving into
41
Management
RDC Auditorium
or
Farm Employer
Agronomy B30 44 Crash Course
E1 ENGINEERING CLASSROOM
4
1:00 - 1:55
Grain Marketing
Update
33 Fungicide Facts!
8
Dr. David
Kohl
FFeature
eature Speaker
Speakeer
AGRICULTURE'S
ROAD
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW / REFRESHMENTS
WARRIOR
Pick-up:
Sponsored By:
12:00 - 12:50
Tillage Options
Donneybrook
The Art of
Beneficial Insect
25
29
Spraying Well
Bonanza
What’s Next
17 Nitrogen Knowledge!! 12
in Wheat?
38 Variable Rate Seeding
in
Willson Hall
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW / REFRESHMENTS
20
11:00 - 11:50
22
Top Weed Control
Questions
Sponsored By:
HELD IN AGRONOMY B29
E1 ENGINEERING CLASSROOM
Ridgetown
High School
Gymnasium
11:00 - 11:50
12:00 - 12:50
1:00 - 1:55
4:10 - 5:00
40 Building Soils
10 Protected Nitrogen
38 Variable Rate Seeding
36 Greenseeker Gold
42 Dirt Poor or Soil RICH!
Red Clover
and Beyond!
Beneficial Insect
29
Bonanza
Sprayer Tools
and Toys
Farm Employer
44
Crash Course
Breaking
13
Bean Barriers
26
1 MAXIMUM Corn!
19
33 Fungicide Facts!
32 DIY Tiling
3 Production Pundits
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW / REFRESHMENTS
Soybeans:
The Next Level
The ALUS Biodiversity
6
Proposition
18 Soil Bugs and Bucks
19
3:10 - 4:00
24 Fertilizer Forum
7
34 The Cost of Erosion!
Sprayer Tools
and Toys
Edible Bean
18 Soil Bugs and Bucks
31
Opportunities
Wicked Weeds Next Door
Soil Insect Identification
23
28
2:10 - 3:00
27
28
Saving Fuel in
Heavy Trucking
Soil Insect Identification
Making Precision
Management Work!
The Crop View
39
from 400 Feet
Phosphorus Losses
16
from Cropland
Edible Bean
31
Opportunities
35
15
The U.S. Farm Bill
and You
Taste Ontario
Reception
RDC Auditorium
4:00 - 6:00 pm
SPONSORED BY:
HELD IN AGRONOMY B29
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Agronomy AAg Th
Theatre*
t
Agronomy 126
Agronomy 127**
Agronomy B34/B35
Livestock
Pavilion†
RDC Don J. Pestell ‘62
Auditorium
RDC Pioneer Hi-Bred
Lecture Theatre
RDC 102 - Ridgetown
Community Classroom
RDC 110 Classroom††
RDC 111 Sun-Brite Classroom
Workshops
9:00 - 9:50
8:00 - 9:00 Rudy H. Brown Rural Development Center (RDC)
REGISTRATION
LOCATION
Breaking
Bean Barriers
Making Strip Tillage
2
Work
13
11 The Need For Speed
Herbicide Carryover
on Cover Crops
Grain Marketing
5
in a Down Market
20
10:00 - 10:50
9 Colliding Expectations
42 Dirt Poor or Soil RICH!
38 Variable Rate Seeding
43 Disease Decisions
BUFFET
LUNCH
Served:
11:00 or
12:00
6
The ALUS Biodiversity
Proposition
Sponsored By:
17 Nitrogen Knowledge!!
34 The Cost of Erosion!
25
The Art of
Spraying Well
*All sessions held in the Ag Theatre are sponsored by Farm Credit Canada
41
45
23
Sprayer Tools
and Toys
13
Breaking
Bean Barriers
40 Building Soils
12
What’s Next
in Wheat?
24 Fertilizer Forum
33 Fungicide Facts!
36 Greenseeker Gold
BOXED
LUNCH
E1 ENGINEERING CLASSROOM
**All sessions held in Agronomy 127 are sponsored by Bayer CropScience
22
HELD IN AGRONOMY B29
Greg
Johnson
Feature Speaker
The Crop View
from 400 Feet
Soybeans:
7
The Next Level
39
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW / REFRESHMENTS
Top Weed Control
Questions
Beneficial Insect
Phosphorus Losses
Pick-up:
16
Bonanza
from Cropland
RDC Auditorium
or
Moving into
Edible Bean
Agronomy B30 31 Opportunities
Management
Sponsored By:
Farm Employer
44
Windbreaks Work
Crash Course
Wicked Weeds Next Door
Soil Insect Identification
28
37 Big Data!?
29
19
10 Protected Nitrogen
in
Willson Hall
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW / REFRESHMENTS
24 Fertilizer Forum
14 The Hot CORN-er
Making Precision
Management Work!
Saving Fuel in
27
Heavy Trucking
Herbicide Carryover
20
on Cover Crops
THE
TORNADO
HUNTER
35
9 Colliding Expectations
23
Wicked Weeds Next Door
E1 ENGINEERING CLASSROOM
† All sessions held in the Livestock Pavilion are sponsored by DuPont
†All
2:10 - 3:00
Glyphosate
Resistant Weeds
Making Strip Tillage
2
Work
3:10 - 4:00
26
Red Clover
and Beyond!
21
11 The Need For Speed
37 Big Data!?
Tillage Options
Donneybrook
Making Precision
35
Management Work!
Grain Marketing
5
in a Down Market
1 MAXIMUM Corn!
8
10 Protected Nitrogen
1 MAXIMUM Corn!
14 The Hot CORN-er
43 Disease Decisions
3 Production Pundits
INDUSTRY TRADE SHOW / REFRESHMENTS
18 Soil Bugs and Bucks
Sponsored By:
25
The Art of
Spraying Well
17 Nitrogen Knowledge!! 32 DIY Tiling
Phosphorus Losses
Moving into
41
from Cropland
Management
The U.S. Farm Bill
Subsurface Irrigation
15
30
and You
for Field Crops?
Soil Insect Identification
28
16
Ridgetown
High School
Gymnasium
4:10 - 5:00
HELD IN AGRONOMY B29
†† All sessions held in the RDC 110 are sponsored by Syngenta
††All
36 Greenseeker Gold
Program Details
1 MAXIMUM Corn!
Dr. David Hooker, U of G, Ridgetown Campus;
Morris Sagriff, Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc.
Nitrogen, population, fungicides, genetics:
the key interactions of these big drivers
for yield.
2 Making Strip Tillage Work
Mike Cornelissen, Watford;
Michael Schouten, Richmond;
Harry Biermans, Chesley
Shanks, coulters, fertilizer, cover crops,
spring or fall. These producers put it all on
the table.
10 Protected Nitrogen
Dr. Sylvie Brouder, Purdue University
ESN, Agrotain, eNtrench and more: so
many N additives. The when, where, how
and IF you should use them.
11 The Need For Speed
Hauke Claussen, Claussen Farms;
Steven Reynolds, John Deere;
Lars Thylén, Väderstad, Sweden
Can new age corn planters actually deliver
great stands at 10MPH?
3 Production Pundits
Pat Lynch, Independent Agronomist;
Peter Johnson, OMAFRA;
Peter Gredig, AgNition Inc. - Moderator
Opinionated and adversarial, Peter and Pat
argue over questions from the audience.
4 Grain Marketing Update
Mike Mock, Senior Risk Manager,
The Andersons Inc. in Ohio
What’s ahead in the markets in 2015-16?
Marketing strategies that work.
JANUARY 6 ONLY
5 Grain Marketing in a Down Market
Stephen Kell, Grain Merchant, Parrish &
Heimbecker LTD.
Tough days ahead? Market strategies that work.
JANUARY 7 ONLY
6 The ALUS Biodiversity Proposition
Bryan Gilvesy, Alternative Land Use
Solutions
Discovering the value of turning marginal
lands or small corner fields into ecological
paradises and pollinator habitat.
7 Soybeans: The Next Level
Dr. Tony White, Monsanto Company,
St. Louis, MO
Combining advanced agronomics, traits
and germplasm to achieve new soybean
yield levels.
8 Tillage Options Donneybrook
Roger Buurma, Watford;
Tyler Vollmerhausen, Innerkip;
Eric Dietrich, Lucan
Three young farmers “duke it out” over
tillage systems. Which one works for you?
9 Colliding Expectations
John Kolk, Farmer and Environmentalist
4,000 acres, a tireless agvocate, a land
steward for sustainability and diversity.
John is keenly aware of market trends and
knows that the way things used to be are
not the way they will be.
19 Sprayer Tools and Toys
Dr. Jason Deveau, OMAFRA
From the latest gadgetry to the tried and
true, features that will work for you.
20 Herbicide Carryover on Cover Crops
Dr. Darren Robinson, U of G, Ridgetown Campus
Previous herbicides may injure specific cover
crops. Learn what the "watch-outs" are.
21 Glyphosate Resistant Weeds
Dr. Peter Sikkema, U of G, Ridgetown Campus
The distribution and spread of glyphosate
resistant weeds in Ontario. Control
strategies in corn, soybeans and wheat.
22 Top Weed Control Questions
12 What’s Next in Wheat?
Jim Orson, Research Director, NIAB/TAG,
England, UK.
Melding the most recent science with field
realities: what can we learn next from the Brits?
13 Breaking Bean Barriers
Dr. Shaun Casteel, Purdue University
From seed treatments to foliars, biologicals
to pesticides, the individual inputs and
management combinations that work
across the Midwestern US.
14 The Hot CORN-er
Greg Stewart, OMAFRA
Fasten your seatbelts; 4 great corn ideas
for 2015.
15 The U.S. Farm Bill and You
Dr. David Schweikhardt, Michigan State
University
What is the new bill? How will it affect U.S.
farming decisions, and how might it affect
Canadian farmers?
16 Phosphorus Losses from Cropland
Kevin McKague, OMAFRA;
Dr. Merrin Macrae, University of Waterloo
How does what we do on the field contribute
to this? Recent field studies give direction.
17 Nitrogen Knowledge!!
Dr. Peter Scharf, University of Missouri
What’s real in nitrogen? Can we predict
when more N is needed? Will late N
applications add yield to corn? All these
answers and MORE!
18 Soil Bugs and Bucks
Dr. George Lazarovits, A&L Biologicals
Show me the money! Manure, compost or
cover crops: can feeding microbes fight off
disease, improve plant health, and put
cash in my pocket?
Dr. Peter Sikkema, U of G, Ridgetown Campus
Best answers for the toughest weed
control questions from producers.
23 Wicked Weeds Next Door
Dave Bilyea, U of G, Ridgetown Campus
See and identify weeds like Palmer
Amaranth, Wooly Cup Grass and Jointed
Goat Grass, all weeds causing massive
challenges just south of the border.
1 HOUR WORKSHOP - PRE-REGISTER, SPACE IS LIMITED
24 Fertilizer Forum
Peter Johnson, OMAFRA;
Dr. Sylvie Brouder, Purdue University
Four great fertility ideas for 2015.
25 The Art of Spraying Well
Mike Cowbrough, OMAFRA;
Steven Johns, Syngenta
Top tips to improve your weed control success,
avoid “jello”, and synergize herbicides.
26 Red Clover and Beyond!
David Start, Woodstock;
Blake Vince, Merlin
Red clover is anything but consistent. What
are the other options, and do they pay?
27 Saving Fuel in Heavy Trucking
Mike Roeth, North American Council for
Freight Efficiency
From tire pressure to idle speed reduction,
the pros, cons and realities of the best fuel
saving technology.
28 Soil Insect Identification
Tracey Baute, OMAFRA;
Dr. Chris DiFonzo, Michigan State University;
Jocelyn Smith, U of G, Ridgetown Campus
Can you tell a millipede from a garden
symphylan? Learn how!
1 HOUR WORKSHOP - PRE-REGISTER, SPACE IS LIMITED
Program Details continued on back cover
Program Details
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29 Beneficial Insect Bonanza
Dr. John Tooker, Penn State University
Most insects are beneficial! Learn how to
increase beneficial populations to reduce
the need to spray.
30 Subsurface Irrigation for Field Crops?
Peter White, U of G, Simcoe Station;
Todd Boughner, Judge Farms;
Ray MacKenzie, Vanden Bussche Irrigation
New technology exists for permanent
subsurface irrigation. Learn how feasible it
is, cost, yield increases, and payback.
31 Edible Bean Opportunities
Daryl Vermey, Ontario Bean Growers
With a new united organization and high
profit potential, edible beans are an
opportunity to consider!
FOCUS ON PRECISION
41 Moving into Management
35 Making Precision Management Work!
Prof. Raj Khosla, Colorado State University
The key information needed to define
management zones, and what to do next.
36 Greenseeker Gold
Dr. Peter Scharf, University of Missouri;
Steve Redmond, Hensall District Cooperative;
Nicole Rabe, OMAFRA
The why, what and how of using the
Greenseeker to make you more green.
37 Big Data!?
Robert Ludwig, The Hale Group
It’s coming from your tractor, your
combine, your sprayer. Who owns it? Who
should get access to it? Can it deliver?
Ernie Kramer, Rutherford;
Rick Kraayenbrink, Port Lambton;
Mac Ferguson, St. Thomas;
Greg Vermeersch, Tillsonburg
The do’s and don’ts of doing your own
tiling from these experienced growers.
Greg Vermeersch, Tillsonburg;
Aaron Breimer, Veritas;
Jason Robinson, Courtland
More seed, less seed, or leave it alone?
This panel reviews their wins and losses
in the variable rate game.
Dr. David Hooker, U of G, Ridgetown Campus;
Albert Tenuta, OMAFRA
Northern Corn Leaf Blight? White mould?
R1 or R2.5? The latest research findings on
when and where to make fungicides work.
Dale Cowan, AGRIS and Wanstead
Cooperatives
A common sense, practical assessment on
the use of UAV technology to evaluate and
guide management decisions.
Dr. Rick Cruse, Iowa State University
Brownouts, washouts, rills, gullies. What
does erosion cost agriculture, and what are
the solutions?
43 Disease Decisions
Peter Sykanda, Ontario Federation of
Agriculture;
Dean Anderson, Workplace Safety and
Prevention Services
Are you prepared? The regulations, due
diligence, and critical health and safety
information you need to know when
bringing workers onto your farm.
45 Windbreaks Work
40 Building Soils
34 The Cost of Erosion!
Adam Hayes, OMAFRA;
Anne Verhallen, OMAFRA
Explore soil health: measuring it, what soil
management practices improve it, and
how to get there.
44 Farm Employer Crash Course
39 The Crop View from 400 Feet
33 Fungicide Facts!
42 Dirt Poor or Soil RICH!
Albert Tenuta, OMAFRA
From Sudden Death in soybeans to rust,
2014 was definitely a disease year. The
management impact for 2015.
38 Variable Rate Seeding
32 DIY Tiling
Adam Garniss, Wingham;
Jeff Cook, London;
Will Heeman, Thorndale;
Margaret May, OSCIA - Moderator on 6th;
Ken McEwan, U of G, Ridgetown
Campus - Moderator on 7th
Want the farm to stay in the family, be
successful and NOT destroy your
retirement? Learn how!
John Enright, Upper Thames River
Conservation Authority
The benefits of windbreaks in crop
production. Learn all about preferred
species and how to establish them.
Dr. Shannon Osborne, USDA-ARS
Cash crop. Residue removal. Cover crops.
The latest research on how to leave your
soil in better condition than you found it.
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23 Wicked Weeds Next Door
28 Soil Insect Identification
See and identify weeds like Palmer Amaranth, Wooly Cup Grass and Jointed
Goat Grass, all weeds causing massive challenges just south of the border.
Can you tell a millipede from a garden symphylan?
Learn how!
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The personal information you provide to the Ag Business Centre, University of
Guelph Ridgetown Campus is used solely to administer the registration and
process payment for the Southwest Ag Conference. If you have any questions
about this collection, please contact the Ag Business Centre at 1-866-222-9682.
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