Exactrix Nutrient Management Seminar.
Improving the Net Margin 12% under 2016 production pricing
On Dec. 7, 2015, from 8:30 AM
to 3:40 PM at the Holiday Inn South West, 2500 Tamarin Road, Lincoln, NE.
Join us for this educational Exactrix Management Seminar,
December 7, 2015 in Lincoln, NE. Mark your calendar
and reserve early! This is a management business opportunity that
you cannot afford to miss!
“Too Much Nitrate.”
Monday, December 7, 2015
Holiday Inn Southwest
2500 Tamarian Road
Cost to attend: $150.00, includes lunch.
Rooms reserved under group rate
509 535 9925
Featuring noteworthy speakers
including, Dr. Jim Schepers, Dr. Bert Bock and Paul Jasa;
Exactrix producers, John Niemeyer and Steve McCasland; Ag
Economist and Manager, Joel McClure;
VRT-Site Specific Expert in long rotation
cropping., Lanny Faliede; and
the pioneering developer of TAPPS and no-till single disc openers,
8:45 AM to 9:15 AM
- Dr. Bert Bock, Consulting Agronomist, Tessenderlo Kerley, Florence,
Alabama, Kevin Medow Video, Evaluation of Nitrification Inhibitors,
N-Serve®, Guardian® DCD, Thio-Sul®, KTS®.
9:15 to 9:45 -
There will be a Mystery Speaker. Who is the Mystery Speaker? Expert in
water quality and nationally recognized?
9:50 to 10:20
- Lanny Faleide, Sat Shot, Fargo, ND, New Satellite Map
Technologies, Rapid Eye.
10:20 to 10:40 - 20 minute
10:40 to 11:30 -
Dr. James Schepers, USDA-ARS-Retired,
Global Nutrient Management Expert . Developer of
N management tools in corn.
Connected to the needs of producers world wide.
Author and recognized as the leader nutrient efficiency.
11:30 to 12:15 -
Joel McClure, Why Exactrix Variable
Rate Works So Well. Great Plains Lowest Cost Producer in Dryland and
Irrigated, Using TAPPS and TAPPKTS, AZN to maximize returns with very good
12:15 to 1:00, Box Lunch
1:00 to 1:50 -
Ag Engineer and No-till Management Specialist, Managing Low CEC, Sandy
Soils in No-till.
1:55 to 2:35 -
Cortland, Ne. Corn on Corn production, Nutrient Management under extremely
2:35 to 3:15 -
Steve McCasland, Yuma, Colorado, Raising high yielding corn (316 bu./A)
in sandy soils with good water. Video Presentation
3:15 to 3:45 -
Guy Swanson, Exactrix Global System, Review of Exactrix products
and test plots, production costs, VRT-site specific and best rotations.
Learn how over applied or under applied nitrate results in yield
loss. Learn how Thio-Sul®
works with TAPPS and TAPPKTS.
A man-made profitability problem, nutrient efficiency with high
commodity prices continues into the period of low commodity pricing.
When the margin gets close, nutrient management becomes critical.
For society, long-term success is assured with nitrogen
stabilization at reduced rates.
Talk to the Exactrix producers who are resolving the nitrate
leaching problem in Corn, Wheat, Soybean, Milo and Cotton.
Many producers are looking for more yield by improving nitrogen use
efficiency to levels of .66 lbs N per bushel. Review and compare
Nitrogen stabilizers with Exactrix Technology. Does KTS work in the
Good Yields with Less Nutrient, Fall or Spring Banded.
Powerful Side Dress treatments of Kansas Winter Wheat and Nebraska
Corn is discussed.
Exactrix producers get maximum nutrient uptake with stabilized
Thio-Sul®; Exactrix TAPPS. Find out how 170 lbs. N made 257
bushels per acre!
Assure your long-term success with Exactrix TAPPS yielding 12% more
Contact Pam at
509 535 9925 to
reserve your seat for this outstanding seminar.
Contact Guy Swanson for additional information at
Just ask, there is an answer. As ag economist Ben McClure says,
”It is always fun to talk about big yields but it is net dollars
Can you band TAPPKTS Variable Rate Site Specific with your Mustang
Tool Bar at a 6-inch depth, and allow the economics to prevail?
The cost is about $25 per acre in a custom operation; in irrigation
improvements of $60 to $150 more net income per acre. That is a
time proven program from Exactrix.
Nebraska producers, using Exactrix Mustang openers, produce good
yields with up to 50% less input cost for commercial fertilizer in a
No-tillage system. The Case 930 Tool Bar at 30 feet is set up with
Mustang P51C openers on 15-inch centers; 1,000 gallons of Liquid and
2,000 gallons of NH3 trailed;
Exactrix TAPPS formulator.
Side dressing of winter wheat also allows management to keep the
fertilizer in the tank, until the rains and the snow soak the wheat
lands of the Great Plains. When the soil probe indicates a bigger
crop can be raised the producer has low cost options. The Exactrix
tool bars are immediately available to tackle the big winter wheat
fields of the Great Plains.
bumps of winter wheat are typically 20% when TAPPS is deep banded
and applied timely. Virtually no damage results with Mustang
swiveling single disc openers.
Streaming Flows produce absolute uniformity.
Video With Kevin Medow and His P51 Mustangs
From The Palouse in Eastern Washington
.. See and Hear Eric Odberg
Discussing Variable Rate Application With Guy Swanson Video 1
WSU World Class Face to Face Video Production featuring Eric
Farmer to Farmer Case Study: Precision Nitrogen Application