Largest Crop Nutrition Research Farm to Host Tours

Jamie JohansenAgribusiness, Nutrient Management

Screen Shot 2014-08-08 at 8.21.56 AMAgro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers will host growers and retailers at their North Central Research Station, outside St. Johns, Mich. later this month. Educational tours and crop nutrition demonstrations will begin and end at the company’s new world headquarters facility at the corner of DeWitt Rd. and M-21 on the northwest corner of St. Johns. Buses will transport attendees to the 750 tillable-acre research facility where AgroLiquid researchers Dr. Jerry Wilhm, Stephanie Zelinko, Tim Duckert and Dr. Brian Levene will be on hand to answer questions and present the latest findings in crop nutrition.

AgroLiquid agronomists will also be on hand throughout the event. Tours will include boxed lunches and snacks; attendees can also enjoy AgroLiquid CEO Troy Bancroft’s famous homemade ice cream and network in the event’s dedicated exhibit hall at AgroLiquid headquarters both before and after their scheduled tour time. Sixteen tours will be held over the course of four days in late August. Crops covered during demonstrations will include corn, soybeans, potatoes, onions, sunflowers, navy beans, beets, milo, wheat, tomatoes, peppers and vine crops.