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NEW SoilSmart Conference (day before FarmSmart)

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NEW SoilSmart Conference (day before FarmSmart)

Time: January 23, 2015 all day
Location: Waterloo
Website or Map: http://farmsmartconference.co…
Event Type: soilsmart conference
Organized By: OSCIA
Latest Activity: Jan 8, 2015

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Event Description

SoilSmart Conference

  • SoilSmart will be anchored by Ray Archuleta of USDA-ARS out of the National Soil Health & Sustainability/NRCS Lab in Greensboro, NC.
  • A full program for this will include sessions on soil chemistry/biology/physics, residue management, tillage, rotations among others.
  • The emphasis of the program will be enhancing productivity through enhanced soil and system management.

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