Keeping your Nitrogen in Place - Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers (EEFs) - ATP Academy
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Enhanced Efficiency Fertilizers (EEFs) are considered a key tool to achieve optimal Nitrogen use efficiency and help fulfill the 30% emission reduction target set by many sustainability initiatives.  Although the technology employed in EEFs is not new, innovative compounds are being used to enhance the efficacy of conventional urease inhibitors and nitrification inhibitors. This course will cover the importance of Nitrogen, understanding Nitrogen fertilizer losses, benefits of using EEF’s and how biostimulants can drive Nitrogen use efficiency.   

Time: Approx. 41 minutes + Quiz

Quiz: 8 Questions

CCA/CEU Credits: 0.5 Professional Development*

* CEU credits will be submitted on your behalf upon the completion of the course. This process can take up to 30 days to appear in your account. If you have any issues please contact ATP at [email protected]

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Course Instructor

Simranjit Singh
Product Manager, ATP

Simranjit (Sim) Singh is a Product Manager at ATP leading the product development and commercialization of new product offerings such as NutriScan and Synergro.  Sim plays a key role in coordinating industry and academic partners to contribute content to ATP’s educational initiatives to help growers and retails learn more about plant nutrition, biostimulants and analytical tools. 

Prior to Sim’s role at ATP, Sim spent over six years in agronomist roles with McCain Foods and Monsanto (Bayer) focusing on agronomy, plant physiology and plant breeding. 

Sim received his Bachelor of Science degree (honors) in Plant Breeding from Punjab Agricultural University, India and his Master's degree in Plant Physiology from University of Manitoba, Canada. Sim is recognized academically for his published paper on ‘Response of Bur and Red Oak Seedling to NaCL-Induced Salinity’ in Physiologia Plantarum.  Sim also has Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA) from the Punjab Agricultural University, India.