JUNE 6, 2018 4:37 PM
A full-time resource management specialist position is available with the Partnership for Ag Resource Management to improve agriculture and communities through integrated pest management, nutrient management and other best practices. The primary responsibility for this position is to lead on-the-ground educational outreach in the Mankato, MN area and promote adoption of products and services that ag retailers can offer to improve water quality. The specialist will work to build and maintain strong relationships with both ag retailers and partners. This effort is spearheaded by the Partnership for Ag Resource Management to improve water quality and soil health in the Mississippi River and Great Lakes Basins. For more information, click here!
JUNE 6, 2018 11:18 AM
Get your tickets for the 56th annual Farm Science Review, the premier outdoor agricultural education and industry trade show in London, Ohio September 18-20! 130,000 people attend the show every year to hear ag experts from OSU Extension provide research-based information on issues from pest management to water quality. Field demonstrations showcasing current technology and agricultural techniques will also take place! Tickets will be available in the beginning of July! For more information, click here!
JUNE 5, 2018 12:08 PM
Register for the North Central Region Water Network’s upcoming webinar June 13th at 2pm CT. The webinar will discuss measuring soil health and the effects of different factors like location and soil type. Which tests fit best with your operation will be explored along with the variety of soil health parameters, which factors to consider for each indicator, and which soil health tests are connected to water quality. For more information, click here!
JUNE 1, 2018 12:55 PM
By Ian Gronau posted on July 30, 2016 | Posted in Cover Crops, Nutrient Management
Although Trey Hill has been farming around 10,000 acres in Rock Hall, Md., his whole life, he’s quick to mention that he’s more a student than a teacher. It’s this instinct that leads him to perpetually tweak his nitrogen (N) management and cover-crop program, forever in search of more conservative and efficient techniques for the fourth generation family-run Harborview Farms. Read more