Heliae® Agriculture Presents “Rethinking Soil Productivity,” A 2-Day Webinar for Growers, Innovators, & Investors

As an emerging leader in soil microbiome health, Heliae® Agriculture is proud to announce our upcoming two-day webinar event on November 17 and 18, 2020. “Rethinking Soil Productivity” will showcase the sustainable and regenerative mission and endeavors of Heliae® Agriculture, as well as microbiome and soil health strategies.  Additionally, farm trial results from a variety of regions will be shared to present participants with new and proven soil productivity strategies.

The two-day online soil health conference will offer insight from the perspective of members of the leadership team with panels focusing on new and innovative approaches. Heliae® Agriculture’s goal is to build a healthy soil microbiome that is applicable and valuable to all production models and every scale of operation. A conversation surrounding the opportunities that every farm has to leverage the soil microbiome will feature renowned plant pathologist, Dr. James White, from Rutgers University.

Each day of our webinar, “Rethinking Soil Productivity,” will feature breakout sessions tailored to specific crops and growing regions. In these one-on-one structured “meetings,” you will have the opportunity to learn about the trials, results, crops, and applications that matter to your operation with the option to directly ask questions and engage with the representative for your area.

Whether you operate a conventional or organic farming model, this will be an event that you won’t want to miss! View each session below and register online!

Approved CEUs (4 total)
Nutrient Management: 1
Soil & Water Management: 1
Crop Management: 1
Professional Development: 1

“Rethinking Soil Productivity” Sessions:


Leveraging the Soil Biome – A Regenerative Approach to Production Agriculture

Norm Davy, Chief Revenue Officer at Heliae® Agriculture, and Dr. Karl Wyant, Vice President of Agriculture Science at Heliae® Agriculture, are joined by renowned plant pathologist, Dr. James White to discuss regenerative agriculture and soil productivity. The trio will cover Dr. White’s work on the Rhizophagy Cycle and the important plant-microbe relationships he and his team continue to research, as well as the role biological soil amendments can play in compensating for degraded seed microbial populations.

If you are interested in the mechanics of a plant’s own farming operations, this will be a conversation you won’t want to miss!

Tuesday, November 17th
10:00 a.m. CST


Breakout Session: Florida and Georgia

Join Brian Reineke, Senior Field Agronomy Manager at Heliae® Agriculture, for an in-depth look at the advancement of berries and leafy greens in a PhycoTerra® enhanced management program. Brian will share crop and soil data and information, along with the soil health benefits that every soil type can gain from the incorporation of superfood microalgae. Throughout this discussion, participants will learn how to improve soil health to increase crop production and marketability.

Tuesday, November 17th
1:00 p.m. CST


Breakout Session: Canada

Join Ron Taylor, General Manager of Canada at Heliae® Agriculture, for an in-depth look at the advancement of wheat and canola in a PhycoTerra® enhanced management program. Ron will share crop and soil data and information related to soil health and soil productivity, along with the soil health benefits that every soil type can gain from the incorporation of superfood microalgae.

Tuesday, November 17th
2:00 p.m. CST


Breakout Session: Midwest

Join Larry Hafer, Regional Sales Manager at Heliae® Agriculture, for an in-depth look at the advancement of corn and soybeans in a PhycoTerra® enhanced management program. Larry will share crop and soil data and information, along with the soil health benefits that every soil type can gain from the incorporation of superfood microalgae.  Participants will learn ways to improve soil health and increase crop yield.

Tuesday, November 17th
3:00 p.m. CST


The Making of a Healthy Soil Biome

Join the Heliae® Agriculture team for an in-depth conversation on the importance of approaching soil health from a new perspective. This discussion will identify opportunities for every farm, no matter the size or production practice, to benefit from the inclusion of one or more principles of soil health. Soil health isn’t about conventional or organic, and it isn’t an all or nothing approach. The team will answer your questions live and share their insights on making even the most degraded soils more productive.

Wednesday, November 18th
10:00 a.m. CST


Breakout Session: Spanish Speaking

Join Edgard Jauregui, Senior Manager Ag Science – LATAM at Heliae® Agriculture, for an in-depth look at the advancement of crops grown in a PhycoTerra® enhanced management program (soil health microbiome inclusion). This session will be held entirely in Spanish. Edgard will share crop and soil data and information from the United States and South America, along with the soil health benefits that every soil type can gain from the incorporation of superfood microalgae. Register for Edgard Jauregui’s breakout session, today!

Únase a Edgard Jauregui, director del programa de Ciencia Agrícola para América Latina en Heliae® Agriculture, para analizar en profundidad y detalle los avances de los cultivos producidos en un programa de gestión agronómica potenciado por PhycoTerra®. Edgard compartirá datos e información acerca de cultivos y suelos de Estados Unidos y América del Sur, además de los beneficios que se pueden obtener mediante la incorporación de las microalgas, como superalimento, en sus suelos. Beneficios observados en diferentes tipos de suelos y enfocados a un mejoramiento en la salud del suelo.

Wednesday, November 18th
1:00 p.m. CST


Breakout Session: Pacific Northwest

Join Mike Miller, Senior Field Agronomy Manager at Heliae® Agriculture, for an in-depth look at the advancement of potatoes and wheat grown in a PhycoTerra® enhanced management program (our sustainable and regenerative agriculture program). Mike will share crop and soil data and information, along with the soil health benefits that every soil type can gain from the incorporation of superfood microalgae.

Wednesday, November 18th
2:00 p.m. CST


Breakout Session: California and Arizona

Join Jon Collison, Regional Sales Manager at Heliae® Agriculture, for an in-depth look at the advancement of California grown strawberries and almonds and Arizona grown leafy greens under a PhycoTerra® enhanced management program. Jon will share crop and soil health data and information, along with the soil health benefits that every soil type can gain from the incorporation of superfood microalgae. During this webinar, Jon will also share ways to improve soil health and marketability.

Wednesday, November 18th
3:00 p.m. CST