Presented by: UW-Madison Department of Soil Science and UW-Extension Nutrient & Pest Management Program
March 18, 19, and 21. Webinar each day from 1-4pm.
Managing Nutrients on Wisconsin Soils is an intensive nine hour webinar designed for agency and industry personnel who desire to have a more in depth knowledge of intermediate to advanced topics in soil fertility and soil management. The learning objectives are to provide individuals with a fundamental understanding of Wisconsin's revised nutrient application guidelines, advanced soil fertility management tools that may be used in adaptive nutrient management, and soil management practices to reduce nutrient loss.
Registration for the webinar is required for each participant and the fee is $90 per person. Registration will close on March 18 at noon, but early registration is appreciated and will improve the participant's webinar experience. Interested participants can register at: patstore.wisc.edu/npm/register.asp. Credit card is the only acceptable form of payment on this website. A confirmation email will be sent to each participant. For questions on registration contact Carol Duffy (email@example.com, 608-262-0485). For questions about program content contact Carrie Laboski (firstname.lastname@example.org, 608-263-2795).
After registering, participants will be sent an email with directions for downloading supplemental materials and information needed to log into the webinars. All webinars will be recorded and available for participants to view until May 31. Basic principles of soil fertility will not be covered in these webinars, but will be part of the supplemental materials. Participants may wish to purchase UWEX publications A2809 Nutrient application guidelines for field, vegetable, and fruit crops in Wisconsin and A3588 Management of Wisconsin Soils from the Learning Store at: http://learningstore.uwex.edu. Both publications can be downloaded for free as PDF files.
An application has been made for Certified Crop Advisor CEU's with 6 credits in nutrient management and 3 credits in soil and water management (9 credits total).