|USDA Research Results Conference 2013|
In addition to reviewing what happened on the research farm this year and why, the USDA Agricultural Research Service scientists will discuss the impact of removing crop residue, soil health research and why crop diversity is important, transitioning grasslands to cropland, integrating livestock and crop enterprises, bioethanol production using energy beets, advanced techniques for tracking nitrogen, and the new Long-Term Agro-Ecosystem Research (LTAR) Network under development.
Certified Crop Advisors may earn 3.5 continuing education hours (Nutrient Management: 1; Soil & Water Management: 1; Crop Management: 1.5) by attending.
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No preregistration is required.