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Questions, please contact Michele Lovejoy at 608-268-4947 or by email.

Does Your Fertilizer Management Tool Deliver Benefits? A New Assessment Program Finds Out
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
2:00 - 3:00 PM Eastern/1:00 - 2:00 PM Central/12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM Mountain/11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon Pacific

The NutrientStar team is excited to share the story behind the development of the NutrientStar program, designed to collect and share information about the performance of nutrient management products and tools. Speakers will demonstrate how interested farmers and advisors can access and make use of the compiled online information to make more informed management recommendations and decisions. Presenters will also discuss how the NutrientStar team engages with industry and academia to assemble guidelines and protocols to improve the quality of research and data collection on tool performance.  Of special interest will be a new geospatial framework, developed by NutrientStar partners, that helps guide the siting and interpretation of field trial research. Presenters intend for this overview webinar to provide the gateway to further interaction with the NutrientStar team and Science Review Panel and will offer contact information and a menu of options for those interested in follow up.

CCAs and CPAgs will receive 1.0 Nutrient Management CEU.  CPSS, CPSC and CSTs will receive 1.0 Professional Meetings CEU.

The cost for this webinar is free to members and certified professionals and $25.00 for all other individuals. Register now!

Soil Health:  Focus on Nutrients
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
3:00 - 4:00 PM Eastern/2:00 - 3:00 PM Central/1:00 - 2:00 PM Mountain/12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM Pacific

Implementation of Soil Health Management Systems results in many changes to soil organic matter and the soil microbial population. These changes require that we think a bit more about how we manage nutrients within the soil. Among the things to consider is the use of cover crops for trapping and slow releasing soil nutrients. This discussion will include an overview of soil health management practices, changes to expect in the soil organic matter, some of the major microbial groups involved in carbon and nitrogen dynamics, the role of soil enzymes, and how the choice of cover crops can help manage soil nitrogen. 

CCAs and CPAgs will receive 0.5 Nutrient Management CEU and 0.5 Soil and Water Management CEU. CPSS, CPSC and CSTs will receive 1.0 Professional Meetings CEU.

FREE to all registrants.  Register now!

If you have any questions, please contact Michele Lovejoy, e-mail: mlovejoy@sciencesocieties.org or phone: 608-268-4947.

Suggestions for online educational topics?  Please let us know what they are by contacting Luther Smith, Director of Certification and Licensing Programs.

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