- Author: Margaret Gullette Lloyd
Successful Cover Cropping on
Thursday, November 15th, 2018
3-5 pm Followed by a potluck
Norton Hall 70 Cottonwood St.
No charge, but please RSVP here
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Join Jim Durst (Durst Organic Growers) and Eric Brennan (USDA) for an afternoon of conversation on the ins and outs of successful on-farm production and management of cover crops.
Bringing decades of science and experience to the table, we will explore a range of topics including:
•Impacts on soil health
The learning lab will be discussion-based and potluck style, and will be facilitated by Margaret Lloyd (UCCE Small Farms Advisor). Please bring a dish to share or simply join us.
about the farmer spotlight series
This is the first of four learning labs that will explore a variety of farm management topics related to soil health through conversation with a farmer and a researcher. Future topics: Soil organic matter; reducing tillage, beneficial soil microbes, and water. Stay tuned for the next spotlight series in January 2019.
Contact Margaret with question: firstname.lastname@example.org 530-564-8642
2 hours CCA, Crop Management
1 hours DPR credits requested
2 hours CEU for CURES
(Nitrogen management plan self certification)
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