CNIRGY Agronomics (pronounced synergy) is the platform for development and technical services by CNI. The definition of the word synergy is “the interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects.” That is the foundation behind CNIRGY Agronomics. As CNI has grown and expanded our national footprint, there has been a greater demand for specialized services from our customers. CNI started out as a way to source crop protection products for independent dealers. Over the years that has expanded to other aspects of the retail market that would include seed, seed treatment, adjuvants, specialty fertilizers, marketing, agri-minerals, market information, and much more. CNIRGY Agronomics reflects the combined efforts of all CNI’s various divisions.
CNIRGY Agronomics conducts trials with products from supplier partners and CNI proprietary products. This trial work is being conducted with university researchers, CNI customers, and on farm plots. We are also utilizing previous research and sharing this information with the CNI Retailers to benefit them and their customers. Growers depend upon retailers for sound advice and CNI is assisting by providing up to date information. We distribute newsletters focusing on CNIRGY Agronomics initiatives that support your retail efforts. As CNIRGY Agronomics progresses, we look forward to working with our partners to help improve relationships with growers across the country.
CNIRGY Agronomics has introduced a new resource to further develop value and education for our customers, CNIRGY Talks. This webinar-based platform will offer an opportunity to keep our customers informed with new and emerging issues, products, research, and technologies in agriculture. CCA credits will be offered for each session to assist with obtaining CEU for certified crop advisors. This facet of CNIRGY has been developed to keep our customers informed and to further develop knowledge of challenges faced in the field. These talks will cover national and regional topics. Throughout the course of the series, we will have webinars centered around new chemistry, technical and sales training, ag economy updates, and CNIRGY research overview. Be on the lookout for an invitation to attend these informative sessions.