Rooted in Data, Growing in Success is the theme for the 2018 Soil Health Partnership Summit, January 18-19 in Chicago. This is the fourth annual invitation-only event to share and learn about soil health and the future of agriculture.
The official Soil Health Summit blog contains all content from the event.
This virtual ag newsroom includes links to photos and audio content available free of charge for digital or print publication or broadcast.
UW professor Shawn Conley discusses Idea Generation and Pre-Discovery –
Dr. Shawn Conley, University of Wisconsin
Clint Chaffer, Product Marketing Lead for Distribution and Platform, The Climate Corporation Climate FieldView, talks about Corporate Strategic Planning –
Clint Chaffer, The Climate Corporation
La Crosse Seed CEO Dan Foor took the stage to discuss Market Development and New Product Roll-Out –
Dan Foor, La Crosse Seed
Jonathan Coppess, director of the Gardner Agriculture Policy Program at the University of Illinois, addressed Policy and Consumer Awareness –
Jonathan Coppess, University of Illinois
Keynote address for the opening session was provided by Dr. Robert Graney, head of Regulatory Science for Bayer, who took us on A Walk Through the Product Development Pipeline –
Dr. Robert Graney, Keynote Address
Soil Health Partnership Data Discussion and Review
Nick Goeser presentation –
Nick Goeser, 2018 SHS18
Dr. Dave Muth, VP of Agronomic Planning and Sustainability, EFC Systems, Inc. –
David Muth, EFC Systems, Inc.
Super Spout – Andrew Reuschel, Golden, Illinois – Andrew Reuschel Interview
Champion Communicator: Mark Mueller, Waverly, Iowa – Mark Mueller Interview
Ace Agronomist: Jack Hardwick, Beardstown, Illinois – Jack Hardwick Interview
Data Digger: Tom Vaske, Masonville, Iowa – Tom Vaske Interview
Featured InterviewsInterview with Dan Foor, LaCrosse Seed Interview with Tommy Jackson, Syngenta Interview with Dave Muth, EFC Systems Interview with Nick Goeser, Soil Health Partnership Interview with Grant Kimberly, IA farmer Interview with Grant Kimberly, IA farmer