FarmBits Podcast: Nitrogen Roots

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Hosted by Samantha Teten and Jackson Stansell — graduate students in UNL's Department of Biological Systems Engineering and Nebraska Extension Digital Agriculture team members — FarmBits Podcast is a weekly series highlighting new innovations and trends in digital agriculture through interviews with academic experts, farmers and industry specialists.

FarmBits Podcast: Nitrogen Roots

In this week’s episode of FarmBits Podcast, Dr. Richard Ferguson, vice chancellor of the Rwanda Institute for Conservation Agriculture, in Gashora, Bugesera District, Rwanda, and UNL Department of Agronomy and Horticulture professor, joins podcast hosts Samantha Teten and Jackson Stansell to kick off the next podcast series on nitrogen management technologies. During this episode, Richard reviews the evolution of nitrogen management and developments for precision technology currently underway. This episode also highlights the new nitrogen management series by introducing upcoming topics and guests.

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