Want to learn more about successful soil fertility management?
Higher yields, lower costs, fewer pest and disease problems, and
irrigation savings are reported effects of 'feeding the soil and not the plant'.
In response to demand from growers and consultants who want to learn
more about the benefits of our program, we offer short courses periodically
during the year. These courses are built upon the Albrecht principles of
soil-based fertility management, and are at 'introductory', 'intermediate', and 'advanced' level.
In addition to the public seminars, we can also conduct on-farm consultations or private training
sessions tailored to meet the specific needs of your organization.
Kinsey Agricultural Services' public courses for 2018 with contact details
are listed below.
World Wide Ag Conference
Wedneday, July 25 - Friday, July 27, 2018
Hear from international and farmer speakers about options for lifting the capability of your operation's production platform -- that is, your dairy and pastoral livestock, soil, pasture, crops, and water.
Top-performing farmers -- whether sheep/beef, dairy, or cropping -- are looking for a step change, as they recognize that simply throwing "more" in agriculture is not the way forward. A considered and sophisticated approach is needed. Take the time to understand your production platform, so you can optimize its potential.
Here is an overview of the speakers and what they will be discussing:
- Dr. Don Huber - The Role of Nutrients in the Plant and How They Protect It From Specific Diseases
- Dr. Kevin Bradley - The Relationships Between Weed Incidence, Soil pH, and the Nutrient Levels
- Peter Eggers - Role as a Farmer and Albrecht/Kinsey Consultant, What He Has Achieved With Increased Yields, Profit, and Improvements
- Bob Perry - Biology of the Soil Nitrogen
- Bill Brush - The Effects Rain Water and Irrigation Has On Calcium in the Soil
- Michael Smith - Farming Under the Albrecht/Kinsey Program and Information on Latest in Agricultural Technology That His Son is Overseeing
- Dr. Robert J. Kremer - Soil Microbiology and How Soil Nutrients Affect Soil Biology
- Hal Crain - Benefits Gained on Walnut Opteration Using the Albrecht/Kinsey Program
- Tim Reinbott - He Is Director of Field Operations at the University of Missouri. Meets Practical Problems and Management by Understanding the Problem and Solving It Through Dedicated Research
- Barbara Sexton - How Does One Go About Reversing Abuse of the Land? What Twenty Years of Farming and Using the Albrecht Program Has Achieved.
- Rob Sutherland - Observations of Experimenting with Lime and Trace Elements, Rob's Own Success, and Success of Other Farmers He Consults To Who Are Using the Albrecht/Kinsey Program.
- Dr. Jerry L. Hatfield - Soil Properties in Water. Water Infilitration and Holding Capacity and How Management Affects This.
- Meagan Perry-Kaiser - Soil Health and the Albrecht Program
- Steve King - Farming Under the Albrecht/Kinsey Program. Grows 90 ha of Barley and 130 ha of Wheat, As Well As Running Dairy Grazers
- Marco van Gurp - Soil Balancing, Quality of Yield, and the Use of Compatible Products to Improve Plant Growth and Quality
- Allen Below - Success with the Albrecht/Kinsey Program
- Billy Hall - Compost Manufacturing in a Commercial Scale and Personal Experince in his Cropping and Dairy Operation with the Albrecht/Kinsey Program
- Bill Casey - Using the Albrecht System for Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, and Beef Cattle
- Ted Glaub - 30 years of working with Albrecht/Kinsey Soil Tests on farms in the Mid-South and how this has addressed economic and physical limitations to improve farm production
- Neal Kinsey (Kinsey Agricultural Services) - Fertilizer - How Much is Too Much and Soil Fertiliy Management
The Broadway Columbia - a Double Tree by Hilton Hotel
- 1111 East Broadway
- Columbia, Missouri 65201
- Phone: 1-573-875-7000
- Fax: 1-573-875-7007
- Conference (July 25-27): $350
- Dinner (July 25): $95
- Field Trip (July 27): $75
- Total Package: $495
For more information, please visit: https://www.wwag.co.nz/register
- Bruce Hore
- PO Box 79
- Hororata 7544
- New Zealand
- Phone: 64 3 318 0133
- Mobile: 64 275 760 303
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advanced I Soil Fertility Course
St Louis, Missouri
July 30th - August 1st, 2018
Determining and Calculating For Extreme Excesses in Soils
Here is an overview of what Neal Kinsey will speak of in his presentation each day:
Monday - Rules for Using Excessive Calculations
- Soils That Produce High Yields
- Soil pH and Nutrient Availability
- Base Saturations - 68/12 or 80/10?
- Cation Displacement for Excessive Nutrient Calculations
Tuesday - Building Fertility on Soils with Excessive Major Nutrients
- Dealing with Extreme Calcium Excesses on Heavier Soils
- Extreme Mg - Medium to Heavy Soil
- Considering Extremely Excessive Potassium Soils
- Dealing with Extreme Sodium Excesses
- Soils with Excessive Hydrogen
Wednesday - Growing Crops on Soils with Extreme Excesses
- Calcium & Magnesium on Sandy Soils
- Considering Sulfur and Gypsum Use
- Compost for Excessive Soils?
- Specific Principles
- Evaluating Excesses
CLIENTS: $1050 - includes lunch. $1500 - includes breakfast, lunch, and lodging for 7/29-7/31.
NON-CLIENTS: $1550 - includes lunch. $2000 - includes breakfast, lunch, and lodging for 7/29-7/31.
To register for this course, call the office at 1-573-683-3880.
Sheraton Hotel: 900 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, Missouri
For room reservations, call Kinsey Ag at 1-573-683-3880, or make your own with Sheraton at 1-888-627-7064