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April 28, 2020
Join Dr. Nick Ward, President of Ward Laboratories, Inc. for a Soil Session discussing soil sampling. During this webinar we will discuss the need for soil sampling and various soil sampling practices, including: Sample and sub sample numbers, sample depth and sample location Tools for successful soil sampling Costs to soil sample Plant sampling Soil […]Go to resource >
April 23, 2020
Cover crops have proven to show many benefits, but as farmers begin to implement them into their operations, it can be a big shift in methodology. When moving forward with this new experience, it’s becoming increasingly critical for farmers to give their cover crops as much attention as they would a cash crop.Go to resource >
April 21, 2020
As Director of Agriculture for The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in North America, Pipa Elias leads a team of experts in a collaborative approach to help producers meet the growing demand for food while protecting critical lands and waters.Go to resource >
April 16, 2020
At Commodity Classic, Soil Health Partnership Senior Director John Mesko introduced the new Carbon Insetting Framework that will help farmers verify and validate carbon that has been put into the ground and utilize the economic benefits that come with taking advantage of climate smart practices.Go to resource >
April 9, 2020
Every farmer wants their soil to be healthy; many probably already believe that it is. But how can you know for sure? Anna Teeter, Soil Health Partnership Minnesota Field Manager, walks us through soil and soil health indicators during the most recent Soil Sessions Webinar held March 31 and recorded for later viewing.Go to resource >
April 7, 2020
As Lead Scientists for the Soil Health Partnership, Dr. Maria Bowman leads the scientific and data plan for the partnership. She recently published a business case that focuses on the economic benefits of wheat cover crop management practices when adopted at scale.Go to resource >
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