December 9th, 2019
10:00am - 3:00pm
Extension Dodge County
Conducted by the UW-Madison Soil Science Department along with UW-Madison Division of Extension
- For crop consultants, agronomy supply specialists, and other interested parties.
- Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) have been requested.
- Hear in depth details about the latest soil, water and nutrient management research from UW-Madison Extension Soil Specialists: Francisco Arriaga, Carrie Laboski, Brian Luck, Sue Porter, Matt Ruark
This Year’s Topics Include:
Comparing tillage practices and nitrogen rates for corn: Early corn development and yield impacts
Evaluating corn N management decisions
Profitability of P and K fertilization of no-till corn and soybean
Badger Ag. Tech. Lab Update: Planter aftermarket closing wheels
Wheel traffic effects on alfalfa
Wisconsin nutrient management update
Cover crops, fall manure, and nutrient management
Biological indicators of soil health
The $45.00 registration fee includes resource materials and catered lunch
Certified Crop Adviser CEU credits (2.0 soil & water management and 2.0 in nutrient management) will be provided.
Registration deadline is December 6: $10 per person late/walk-in fee assessed
Extension Dodge County Administration Building
127 E Oak St
Juneau, WI 53039