Soil – It’s Alive! Soil Health Impacts on Nutrients and Crops

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Soil – It’s Alive! Soil Health Impacts on Nutrients and Crops

April 29 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

| Event is Free! Registration is Required.

“Soil Pit Investigation, Soil Biology, Conservation Tillage, Reducing Fertilizer/Chemical Inputs” Speaker: Dr. Hans Kok: Dr. Hans Kok, coordinator of the Indiana Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative, received a Bachelors and Masters in Science from the Ag University in The Netherlands and a Ph.D in Ag Engineering from the University of Idaho. Dr. Kok has worked with conservation tillage with the University of Idaho and Washington State University and was a conservation tillage specialist for Monsanto for seven years.

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Start:
April 29, 2014 8:00 am
End:
April 29, 2014 5:00 pm
Cost:
Event is Free! Registration is Required.
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Kevin and Lance Deal Farm
Phone:
(740) 454-2027
6625 Chandlersville Rd Chandlersville, OH 43727 United States

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