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NDSU Extension Hosting Soil Health Webinars

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Naeem Kalwar, Extension soil health specialist at NDSU's Langdon Research Extension Center, talks about soil health. (NDSU photo) Naeem Kalwar, Extension soil health specialist at NDSU's Langdon Research Extension Center, talks about soil health. (NDSU photo)
Producers will have an opportunity to learn more about soil health.

Producers will have an opportunity to learn more about soil health during a series of webinars North Dakota State University Extension is hosting.

The dates of the webinars and topics that will be covered are:

  • April 30 - cover crops for wet field conditions
  • May 5 - a history of phosphorus export from North Dakota
  • May 7 - how to select a cover crop according to my cropping system
  • May 12 - rejuvenating pastures and adding value to perennial grass mixes
  • May 14 - soil salinity and sodicity challenges

All of the webinars will run from 11 a.m. to noon CDT.

Visit https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension/soil to sign up for the webinars.


NDSU Agriculture Communication - April 28, 2020

Source:Naeem Kalwar, 701-256-2582, naeem.kalwar@ndsu.edu
Source:Abbey Wick, 701-850-6458, abbey.wick@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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