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Fort Branch, Ind. (Dec. 18, 2017) – Corn and soybean farmers looking for an edge to advance on-farm production have a valued opportunity to attend a free informational workshop titled What’s N Your Fields. Hosted by a collaboration of agricultural organizations including the Indiana Soybean Alliance and the Indiana Corn Marketing Council, this one-of-a-kind workshop takes place January 17, 2018 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (CT) at the Vincennes University-Gibson County Center in Fort Branch.
 
In addition to gathering insights from technical leads, researchers and their peers, attendees will leave with a better understanding of important topics, such as nitrogen application, soil sampling and testing, cover crops and the INfield Advantage program. The session features keynote speaker, Dr. Tony Vyn with Purdue University’s Department of Agronomy, who will present on practical and efficient nutrient placement for sustainable corn production with conservation tillage. 
 
Lunch will be provided, and with limited seating available, advanced registration is required. For more information and to RSVP, visit http://www.cvent.com/d/0tqzmh or contact your local Soil & Water Conservation District office. The Indiana Corn Marketing Council, Indiana Soybean Alliance, Purdue Extension, Indiana State Department of Agriculture, and Indiana’s soil and water conservation districts sponsor this event.
 
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Media contact: Hannah Vorsilak,  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  317-644-2791
 
The Indiana Corn Marketing Council was established by the Indiana General Assembly to promote the interest of corn growers in the state and manage corn checkoff funds. The Council is composed of 17 voting producer directors and seven appointed industry, and government representatives. For more information, visit www.incorn.org.
 
The Indiana Soybean Alliance works to enhance the viability of Indiana soybean farmers through the effective and efficient investment of soybean checkoff funds and the development of sound policies that protect and promote the interest of Indiana soybean farmers. The ISA is working to build new markets for soybeans through the promotion of biodiesel, livestock, grain marketing, aquaculture, new soybean uses, and research. ISA is led by an elected farmer board that directs investments of the soybean checkoff funds on behalf of more than 28,000 Indiana soybean farmers and promotes policies on behalf of the ISA’s 800 dues-paying members. Visit www.indianasoybean.com for more information.
 
This communication is funded with Indiana soybean and corn checkoff dollars.
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