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Full set - $120.00 Full set of 2017 conference recordings. Click here to order this item Bob Perry - $10.50 United States Topic: An overview of peer-reviewed papers investigating Albrecht and testing methods. Bob is general manager of Perry Agricultural Laboratory. Click here to order this item Bryan Burrows - $10.50 Culverden, North Canterbury Dairy farmers Bryan and Lisette have been following the Kinsey-Albrecht Programme for seven years and hair test their cows. They have seen significant production increases in recent years. Click here to order this item Dr Dale Blevins - $10.50 Columbia Topic: The inter-relationship between calcium and boron, and why we need these two elements.
Dale has a 40-year academic career working in the field of agronomy and is widely regarded as an exceptional teacher. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy and the Crop Science of America. Dale’s specific research interest is plant mineral nutrition. His initial research was on nitrogen metabolism in the root nodules and leaves of soybeans. In the mid 1990s, Dale discovered that magnesium and phosphorus play a role in the cattle disease, grass tetany, and began researching forage physiology. His research contributions in this area include effects of phosphate levels on magnesium availability in forage grasses and micronutrient concentrations in stockpiled tall fescue treated with phosphorus.
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Joan Timmermans - $10.50 South Canterbury & West Otago Topic: The “how and why” of sap testing.
Joan specialises in balancing crop nutrition. He uses plant sap analyses to improve plant growth, production and health, by fine-tuning the fertilisation programme. Plant sap analysis provides insight to the actual uptake of available nutrients by the plant. The test reveals 21 major and minor elements which the plant has available for growth and development. It reveals a nutrient deficiency about 4-6 weeks earlier than conventional tissue testing. With the use of plant sap analysis, fertiliser use can be adjusted to meet the actual needs of a healthy crop.
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Nathan Lamborn - $10.50 Fairlie, South Canterbury Nathan and wife Nicky lower-order sharemilk 600 cows on Nicky’s family farm – a 300ha property in the Fairlie basin. The operation is fully self contained, with all young stock raised on the farm. Click here to order this item Neal Kinsey - $10.50 United States Topic: How to achieve nutrient-dense crops and foods. Also, the role of sulphur.
Neal owns and operates Kinsey Agricultural Services. He has been a soil fertility specialist since 1973, learning under Dr William A Albrecht. His approach is based on using soil chemistry and providing nutrients to correct the soil’s physical structure, providing the ideal environment for encouraging life in the soil.
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Peter Eggers - $10.50 Canada Topic: Why and how are Peter's yields better than both GMO and conventional crops?
Peter grew up on a farm in Northern Germany, within 1km of the North Sea. After studying agriculture, he immigrated in 1980 to Alberta, Canada and started farming there two years later. He initially farmed conventionally, however, in the mid 1990s, he undertook training in holistic management and slowly remodelled the farm. In 2002, Peter took a Neal Kinsey course, which introduced him to William A Albrecht’s work and he hasn’t looked back. He started mineral balancing in 2004 and the farm was certified organic in 2007. Today, Peter grows perennial forage for grazing and feed, in rotation with wheat and peas.
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Peter Espie - $10.50 Canada Topic: Why and how are Peter's yields better than both GMO and conventional crops?
Peter grew up on a farm in Northern Germany, within 1km of the North Sea. After studying agriculture, he immigrated in 1980 to Alberta, Canada and started farming there two years later. He initially farmed conventionally, however, in the mid 1990s, he undertook training in holistic management and slowly remodelled the farm. In 2002, Peter took a Neal Kinsey course, which introduced him to William A Albrecht’s work and he hasn’t looked back. He started mineral balancing in 2004 and the farm was certified organic in 2007. Today, Peter grows perennial forage for grazing and feed, in rotation with wheat and peas.
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Rob Sutherland - $10.50 Dubbo, NSW, Australia Rob is a farmer and soil fertility consultant, specialising in the Kinsey-Albrecht Programme since 1996 and adapting it for Australian soils and conditions. He will share his observations of experimenting with lime and trace elements on his own 1600 hectare farm. Rob’s excellent results in pasture, livestock and winter crops have resulted in others seeking his advice. He now has clients across most Australian states, covering all broadacre summer and winter crops, and pasture production for sheep and cattle. Click here to order this item Stephanie Howard - $10.50 Dubbo, NSW, Australia Topic: Market issues around genetic modification (GM) agriculture and technology choices for New Zealand farmers.
Stephanie has worked for more than two decades on new technologies and sustainability issues in Europe and New Zealand. She is currently projects director at the Sustainability Council, a trust founded by farming and business leader the late Sir Peter Elworthy and chaired by Professor Garth Cooper, one of New Zealand’s foremost biochemical scientists and entrepreneurs.
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Tim Reinbolt - $10.50 Columbia Missouri, United States Topic: Working with the Albrecht system on corn, soybeans and forages, and how it affects soil health.
Tim is director of Field Operations at the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (CAFNR). He is known for “thinking outside the box”, expanding the research, education and outreach/extension programmes at CAFNR.
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