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 JULY 28th – next CPDA Webinar: 

HOW CPDA CERTIFICATION CAN INCREASE VALUE AND SALES OF ADJUVANTS

THE VALUE OF ADJUVANTS WITH FUNGICIDES

“THE VALUE OF ADJUVANTS WITH FUNGICIDES”  06/09/20 Part 1 Featuring Steve Roehl, Ag Strategy Manager, Southern Minnesota Beet Sugar Cooperative. Steve Roehl discussed some of the challenges in managing fungicide resistance. Over the last thirty years, sugar beet growers lost two fungicide families and now there are concerns over the potential for increased resistance. Steve addressed the problem of sub-lethal exposure which is a precursor for the development of resistance. Adjuvants play an important role in maximizing the application of fungicides including deposition aids, stickers, and spreaders.

“THE VALUE OF ADJUVANTS WITH FUNGICIDES” 06/09/20 Part 2  Presented by Joe Gednalske, Manager, CPDA Membership and Value Promotion, CPDA. Joe Gednalske discussed the beneficial role that adjuvants play in the fungicide market. Adjuvant products are important for increasing coverage, improving deposition, enhancing cuticle penetration, and facilitating retention of spray droplets on the plant leaf – key components of a successful fungicide application. Joe acknowledged that the evidence clearly shows the positive benefits that can be derived from the use of these adjuvants. Joe outlined the importance for a clear and consistent message on the value of adjuvants when used with fungicides in tank mixes.

“THE VALUE OF ADJUVANTS WITH FUNGICIDES” 06/09/20 Part 3 – Questions & Answers with Joe Gednalske, CPDA and Steve Roehl, SMBSC,  At the conclusion of the webinar several questions were posed to the speakers including one about the primary difference between a deposition aid and extenders. Deposition aids help to get the right droplet size which then facilitates movement of droplets throughout the plant canopy. Deposition aids are used for droplet spectrum management while extenders are used for sticking. Adjuvants are important in minimizing the development of fungicide resistance.  Oil based adjuvants were also discussed.

ADJUVANT SELECTION CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOUR WEED CONTROL

“ADJUVANT SELECTION CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOU WEED CONTROL” 05/14/20 part 1:  Presentation by Joe Gednalske, Manager, CPDA Membership and Value Promotion
“ADJUVANT SELECTION CAN MAKE OR BREAK YOU WEED CONTROL” 05/14/20 part 2:  Special guest speaker Dr. Bryan Young, Professor at Purdue University, including an ending Q&A with Joe Gednalske, CPDA and Dr. Bryan Young 

THE IMPORTANCE OF ADJUVANT SELECTIONS IN YOUR 2020 CROP PROTECTION DECISIONS 

THE IMPORTANCE OF ADJUVANT SELECTIONS IN YOUR 2020 CROP PROTECTION DECISIONS” Presentation by Joe Gednalske, Manager, CPDA Membership and Value Promotion

AGRICULTURE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

“AGRICULTURE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK, MANAGING RISK, CAPTURING OPPORTUNITIES”  presentation by Ken Zuckerberg, Lead Analyst & Senior Economist, CoBank

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