Benefits of Slow-Release Phosphorus: Understanding Citrate-Solubility and Advancements in Nutrient Management

March 29th, 2018 6:43pm CDT

Sponsored By Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies

Education Points: 0.1

In this webinar, Dan Froehlich, Ph. D., agronomist, will discuss innovations in fertilizer technology and how improved mechanisms for uptake, efficiency and synergies among plant nutrients, as well as enhanced efficiency fertilizers, can change the framework of turfgrass programs today. Focusing on dissolution and effectiveness of slow-release, phosphorus based fertilizers, including plant-activated, citrate-soluble release mechanisms, this webinar will explore how these advancements can help superintendents and turf grass managers, both economically and environmentally.

Dan Froehlich, Ph.D., Vice President, Agronomy, Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies, joined Cargill in 1990 as Agronomy Services Manager and most recently was manager of New Product Development for The Mosaic Company, responsible for developing innovative agronomic products and technologies. Today, Froehlich is responsible for technical development for Ostara’s nutrient division including worldwide R & D activities. He received his bachelors and masters degree in science from Iowa State University and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota.