Provides instruction to develop a nutrient management plan that will meet the NRCS 590 Standard requirements. Participants will enter soil test information into the software program SNAP-Plus and develop a plan based on the data provided. This course is intended for students who have already completed the Nutrient Management Planning 12-hour full course.
The qualified Nutrient Management Plan is a best management practice that serves as a tool to help make sound management decisions. These decisions can lead to maximized production and profit. The class will cover plan implementation using nutrient management computer software. Upon completion of the class, producers will have a qualified plan that meets state requirements, as well as available cost-share opportunities. It is highly recommended that you have current soil tests meeting UW-Publication A2100.
This is an important course for individuals who want to get an operators license to sell alcoholic beverages and/or sell tobacco products. It is a 4-hour classroom presentation that includes lecture, video and exam.
Explores the latest in plant care and agricultural techniques from leading experts in the field. Provides valuable information on many areas including controlling invasive species, designing for sustainability and maximizing yields. Leading experts from the field will lead the discussions.