Meet Your Agronomy Insider Panel

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    As part of Agronomy Insider, Agriculture.com has selected a panel of experts to directly answer your agronomic questions. The panel consists of four agronomists and soil scientists. Meet your experts!

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    Jeff Nagel
    Nagel is a certified agronomist (CPAg) and certified crop adviser with Ceres Solutions. Based in West Lafayette, Indiana, he is a 1989 graduate of Purdue University with a master’s degree in agronomy and crop science. Nagel is an ex-officio member of the Indiana certified crop adviser program.

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    George Rehm
    Rehm is Discovery Farms Minnesota coordinator and a retired University of Minnesota Extension soil fertility management specialist. Discovery Farms Minnesota is a farmer-funded, farmer-driven project to measure soil and nutrient loss from farmlands, and to assess the effectiveness of various conservation farming methods to improve water quality and soil retention.

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    Ron Althoff
    Althoff is an agronomist and cover crop sales representative for Saddle Butte Ag. Althoff, Effingham, Illinois, has been in the seed business for 45 years, and concentrated on cover crops throughout the Midwest for the last 13 years.

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    Scott Stallbaumer
    Stallbaumer is an agronomist with J.B. Pearl, St. Marys, Kansas. He is a 1997 graduate of Kansas State University in agricultural mechanics/equipment machine technology, a guest agronomy lecturer at KSU, and a certified crop adviser. He was named the 2012 Resistance Fighter of the Year by Syngenta. This program recognizes role models who provide growers with strategies needed to manage herbicide-resistant weeds.

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Most Recent Poll

Will you have enough on-farm storage for harvest?

I just want to see the responses
45% (25 votes)
Yes
38% (21 votes)
No, it’s going to be a bin-buster
7% (4 votes)
Maybe, depending on yields
5% (3 votes)
No, I am looking at new bins or temporary storage
4% (2 votes)
Total votes: 55
Thank you for voting.