Nutrients in Our Environment - Past, Present, and Beyond (February 18, 2010)
February 18, 2010
8:30 am – 4:00 pm (Central time)
Verizon Wireless Center
1 Civic Center Plaza
Commercial fertilizer and livestock manure are recognized assets to agricultural operations. They both contain essential plant nutrients which enhance crop yields when properly applied to soils. Nutrients can be managed efficiently with the latest techniques and technologies, to avoid the potential financial and environmental risks of nitrogen and phosphorus reaching surface and ground water. Learn about research developments and new tools for improving on-farm nutrient efficiency.
Please register by calling 651-201-6141. Your fee of $10 at the door will cover your refreshments and lunch.
CTIC is leading a new effort to pilot a phosphorus load reduction market in the Western Lake Erie Basin (Maumee, Sandusky, and Cedar-Portage watersheds, see map). Growers within the indicated watersheds are now being sought to
participate in this pilot market.