Soils School to Feature Soil, Water, Nutrient Management Concepts
The 2022 Soils School will be held in-person at Grand Island, Nebraska on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 7 and 8.
Co-sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agronomy and Horticulture and the Nebraska Agri-Business Association, this course has been designed for all employees for the application of basic principles of soils, water and nutrient management. Leading experts from the University of Nebraska, and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will be presenting the latest up-to-date information.
The course provides continuing education units (CEUs) for certified crop advisors. A total of six soil and water (SW) and six nutrient management (NM) CEUs are being made available through this course.
Interested individuals can now view the 2022 Soils School Agenda for a list of session topics and presenters.
There is a $315 registration fee for members of the Nebraska Agri-Business Association and a $430 registration fee for non-members. Register online through the Nebraska Agri-Business Association’s calendar page.
For more information, contact Javed Iqbal, nutrient management and water quality specialist.
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