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David Ripplinger submits grant proposal to ND Soybean Council

David Ripplinger
Dr. David Ripplinger, Assistant Professor in Agribusiness and Applied Economics Department, has submitted a grant proposal as co-principal investigator with Dr. Abbey Wick, Extension Soil Health Specialist NDSU, Soil Science and Dr. Frank Casey, Director of the School of Natural Resource Sciences, NDSU, to the North Dakota Soybean Council in the amount of $66,258.

The title of this proposal is: “Research and Extension Efforts at the SHARE Farm”.

The goals of the proposed research are: (1) to identify strategies that increase ND farmer’s long-term profitability by improving soil health using an integrated, multidisciplinary approach and (2) use the SHARE Farm as a platform to change North Dakota production practices by educating growers on the importance of soil health and science-based, soil-health-enhancing crop production strategies.

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