2024 Soils School to Feature Fundamentals of Soils and Nutrient Management
The 2024 Soils School will be held in-person at Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC) in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Tuesday, Feb. 6 and Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024.
Co-sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agronomy and Horticulture and the Nebraska Agri-Business Association, this course has been designed to cover the application of basic principles of soils, water and nutrient management to improve agricultural crop production. Leading experts from the University of Nebraska will present the fundamental concepts of soil, water and nutrient management to improve agricultural production in Nebraska. An update to research-based recommendations of primary crop nutrients including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium will be provided.
The course provides continuing education units (CEUs) to certified crop advisors. A total of 11 nutrient management (NM) and one soil and water (SW) CEUs are being made available through this course.
Interested individuals can now view the 2023 Soils School Agenda for a list of session topics and presenters.
There is a $295 registration fee for members of the Nebraska Agri-Business Association and a $395 registration fee for non-members. Register online through the Nebraska Agri-Business Association’s calendar page.
Contact Javed Iqbal, nutrient management and water quality specialist, for more information.