Heliae® Agriculture’s Dr. Karl Wyant, Vice President of Ag Science, and Lindsay Vicars, Supervisor of Ag Science Research, will explore concepts of regenerative agriculture, the soil microbiome, soil health, and soil quality as it relates to no-till practices.
The two presenters will…
- Discuss three holistic components that serve as the foundation of a good soil management program — chemical, physical, and biological.
- Walk you through the biological management component in detail, and describe how you can leverage new product technologies to produce regenerative synergies in no-till systems.
- Review crop specific case studies that demonstrate how improvements in soil can lead to better yield and quality at harvest while also regenerating the soil in a no-till system.
Date: January 19, 2021
Time: 10am Central
If you can’t make the live event, be sure to register now and you’ll receive a link to watch a replay at your convenience.
Email Julia Gerlach at No-Till Farmer with any questions about the webinar.
About the Speakers
Dr. Karl Wyant currently serves as the Vice President of Ag Science for Heliae® Agriculture and is responsible for overseeing internal and external trials and agronomy training. Before working at Heliae® Agriculture, Dr. Wyant served as an agronomist for a major agricultural retailer in the California and Arizona growing regions. Dr. Wyant earned his advanced degrees at Arizona State University (PhD – 2014) and Colorado State University (MS – 2008).
Lindsay Vicars acts as the Supervisor of Ag Science Research at Heliae® Agriculture, facilitating and analyzing results from global field and greenhouse experiments. She also manages a database of agricultural product applications, soil, field, and weather conditions, and their effects on agricultural productivity. Lindsay graduated from the University of Arizona in 2016 with her Bachelor of Science in Biology. Her research experience includes plant ecology, community dynamics and soil pedology.