UW-Extension Soil, Water, & Nutrient Management Meeting
On Monday, December 9th, Dodge County will be an annual stop in an eight-location tour of the 2019 Soil, Water & Nutrient Management Meetings held December 3 – December 12 around the state. The meetings provide research updates in the field of soil management, fertility, and nutrient management.
University of Wisconsin Madison, Division of Extension – Dodge County, invites area crop consultants, agronomy supply specialists, and other interested parties to attend the 2019 Soil, Water, and Nutrient Management meeting in Juneau on Monday, December 9th, at the Dodge County Administration Building, 127 East Oak Street, Juneau, Wisconsin. The meeting will begin promptly at 10 a.m. (registration begins at 9:30 a.m.) and last until 3 p.m., with lunch from 12-1 p.m.
Speakers include UW-Extension Soil Specialists Carrie Laboski, Matt Ruark, Brian Luck and Francisco Arriaga.
Registration is $45 per person. Lunch and a packet with relevant resources are included with registration. It is requested to contact the host of the location you are interested in attending to pre-register at least 1-week prior to the event to save a seat, meal, and materials packet. Four (4) hours of Certified Crop Advisor Continued Education Units (CEUs) have been requested.
- Comparing tillage practices and nitrogen rates for corn: early corn development and yield impacts-Francisco Arriaga
- Evaluating corn N management decisions-Carrie Laboski
- Profitability of P and K fertilization of no-till corn and soybean-Carrie Laboski
- Badger Ag. Tech Lab Update: Planter aftermarket closing wheels-Brian Luck
- Wheel traffic effects on alfalfa-Brian Luck
- Wisconsin nutrient management update-Sue Porter
- Cover crops, fall manure, and nutrient management-Matt Ruark
- Biological indicators of soil health-Matt Ruark