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Southeast Nebraska No-Till Meeting Scheduled
02/16/2016

(KLZA)-- How to capture your full potential with soil carbon is a main theme for the Southeast Nebraska Soil Health and No-Till Conference coming up Monday, February 22nd.

 The conference will be held at the Hallam Community Center beginning with an 8 a-m registration. The program starts at 8:30 a-m and will conclude at 3:30 p-m. The registration is free and a noon meal in included.

 
Several out-of-state experts will be on hand.  Jerry Hatfield, soils scientist from USDA-ARS in Des Moines, Iowa will discuss Soil Health, Capturing the Full Potential of No-Till.
 
Josh Lloyd, a Kansas farmer with an integrated livestock and crop farm will discuss yield mapping and cover crops.
 
UNL Ag Engineer Paul Jasa will discuss the importance of a systems approach to no-till farming and update new cover crop date.
 
New computer tools available for farmers and ephemeral erosion will also be discussed.
 
Registration is suggested by Tuesday, February 16th, to help with the meal count by contacting the Saline County Extension office at 402-821-2151.  
 
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