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Register Now for Crop Insight with Great Lakes YEN

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Calling all farmers interested in maximizing winter wheat crop returns! The 2024 Great Lakes Yield Enhancement Network (YEN) is now open for registration, offering a unique opportunity to gain valuable insights into crop performance. 

Established in 2021, the Great Lakes YEN is dedicated to helping farmers elevate their winter wheat yields by providing in-depth knowledge about crop performance. Registration for this insightful program closes on February 2nd, 2024, or when maximum capacity is reached – so act fast! 

Participants in the Great Lakes YEN can look forward to: 

  • Collecting soil and plant samples, meticulously analyzed at an accredited laboratory. 

  • Engaging in multiple in-person networking events, fostering connections with farmers and researchers. 

  • Receiving a comprehensive, personalized report summarizing data specific to their individual fields. 

Agronomists and crop consultants are integral to the success of the Great Lakes YEN. Those who partner with the program will: 

  • Obtain copies of the final summary report for all fields they consult on. 

  • Attend networking events, facilitating connections with farmers and researchers from Ontario and the United States. 

  • Assist farmers with data collection and in-field sampling. 

To register and learn more about the program, visit www.greatlakesyen.com/how-to-participate. 

For inquiries about the Great Lakes YEN, reach out to: 

Ontario: Alexandra Dacey Email: adacey@gfo.ca Phone: 519-830-5633 

Michigan/U.S.: Jody Pollok-Newsom Email: jody@miwheat.org Phone: 517-490-0280 

Don't miss this chance to enhance your winter wheat expertise and crop returns – register today! 


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