PITTSBURGH – Whether you are growing plants in a greenhouse, in a grove, in a field, vineyard, orchard or garden, a three-day course in Pittsburgh will provide soil fertility keys to be more successful.
The event, Feeding and Balancing the Soil by Neal Kinsey, will show how improving soil and crop quality, will increase yields and help decrease pest and disease problems. It is Sept. 15-17.
The course covers measuring soil fertility through testing and analysis; calcium and magnesium relationships; understanding compaction and root growth; fertilization with manures; the advantages and pitfalls of compost; analyzing and utilizing trace elements for problem resolution; and microbial and plant nutrient relationships (with discussion based on actual soil tests).
Limited to 75 attendees; register early. Cost is $425 per person.
For more information call 800-355-5313.
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