Tag Archives: 2024

15May/24

Exploring nine years of the Wisconsin’s Producer Led Watershed Program and the new Soil Health program

In this Digital Café, Randy Zogbaum, Soil Health Specialist for DATCP, discusses Wisconsin’s growing Producer-Led Watershed program and DATCP’s soil health programming. This webinar was originally broadcasted May 15, 2024.

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19Apr/24

Soil health and nutrient management: What it can and cannot do

Improved soil health provides several benefits to crops and water quality. However, there are limitations and as a result, some misconceptions exist. This presentation features Chad Penn, Research Soil Scientist at USDA-ARS and Adjunct Professor of Agronomy at Purdue University, who addresses how improved soil health impacts soil fertility and nutrient transport, as well as dispelling common myths.This presentation was originally broadcast on April 17, 2024.

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20Mar/24

Soil Health Exchange

The March Soil Health Digital Café featured Saurav Das, Research Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln where he discussed the development of the Soil Health Exchange, the current status, and the vision moving forward. This presentation was originally broadcast on March 20, 2024.

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21Feb/24

Soil Microbial Biodiversity in Field Crops

The February Soil Health Digital Café featured Benjamin Agyei-Kwado, graduate student in cropping systems agronomy at Michigan State University, and Eric Anderson, Michigan State Extension Field Crops Educator, who discussed their work on soil microbial biodiversity in field crops. This presentation was originally broadcast on February 21, 2024.

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24Jan/24

The Economics of Relay Cropping

The January Soil Health Digital Café featured Ross Evelsizer, Natural Resources Project Director for the Northeast Iowa Resource Conservation and Development, Inc. Ross discussed the MultiCropping Iowa project. Multicropping Iowa focuses on bringing value to diverse crop production. The project started in 2018 and has focused primarily on relay cropping with cereal grains and soybeans with 34 successful in field trials since the start of the project. This presentation was originally broadcast on January 24, 2024.

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