Phil Needham Drill clinics in August

Phil Needham Drill clinics in August

The world renowned Phil Needham is coming back August 23 and 24th

This is a can't miss event for anyone who operates a combine or seed drill.

Phil Needham conducts around 60 field days, seminars, and presentations on wheat management, seeding equipment and residue management around the world each year.  Most of Phil’s presentations are very practical and hands-on, especially the field days.  He has discussed methods to improve stands in Ontario fields in past visits to Ontario.  This years discussions will include best seeding practices, and residue management.  These sessions leave plenty of opportunity to ask any question you want!

IN FIELD DISCUSSION HIGHLIGHTS
– Setting up for proper residue management
– Wheat Seeding Rates
– Drill setup and calibration
– Checking Discs and Drill Maintenance
– Plant Stand Analysis
– Improving Wheat Yields

C&M Seeds will be hosting two days of Seminars in Palmerston, Ontario and Dover Centre, Ontario on August 23rd and 24th.

 

2 Sessions at each location!
Palmerston – 10 am and 1 pm – August 23rd – Field location beside C&M Seeds Head Office, 6180, 5th Line, Palmerston, ON – near C&M Seeds head office

Dover Centre – 10 am and 1 pm – August 24th – 26743 Bear Line Rd., Chatham, ON – near Devolder Farms Office.

 

Be sure to take in these events and learn how residue management can help with fusarium control, learn about getting prime performance out of your seed drill and learn other techniques that will improve your wheat yields.

 

We have had excellent feedback from sessions in the past and encourage you to attend these events.  Call C&M Seeds to RSVP for the events at 1-888-733-9432.

 

Or email tmeulensteen@redwheat.com or azelem@redwheat.com to reserve your spot.

About the Author

Tim Meulensteen is a CCA-ON certified Agronomist with C&M Seeds. He farms with his family in Perth County. Tim attended the University of Guelph and graduated with a Bachelors of Commerce in Agriculture. He has been working in the Ontario agriculture industry since 2004.