TELUS Agriculture and Olds College hosted a complimentary webinar discussing crop disease control and management, disease cycles and how technology can support more accurate and timely disease-related decisions.
Some of the most critical issues in crop disease management stem from getting a correct disease diagnosis. Technology such as weather innovation, satellite imagery, precision agronomy and digital farm management can help support more accurate and timely crop disease decision making. By attending this webinar, you will earn 0.5 of a crop management continuing education unit (CEU).
An overview of plant disease management, preventable measures and disease risk
How weather solutions can provide predictive analysis for enhanced crop management and application timing
How satellite imagery can be used as a disease management tool
Ways digital farm management record-keeping can help proactively manage disease risk and overall best management and scouting practices
Q&A with all speakers
Dr. Kelly Turkington, Research Scientist – Plant Pathology, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lacombe
Manish Patel, Weather INnovations Consulting LP
Kristina Polziehn, Business Development Manager, Agronomist, Hummingbird Technologies by TELUS Agriculture
Garth Donald, Manager of Agronomy, Decisive Farming by TELUS Agriculture
Moderator: Susan Cooley-Pottier, Senior Product Manager, TELUS Agriculture
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