ARDMORE, Okla. — The Noble Research Institute will host a Managing Soil Nutrients for Pastures and Hayfields seminar from 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at the Noble Research Institute Kruse Auditorium.
Noble Research Institute soils and crops consultants will discuss concepts in pasture and hayfield fertilization, such as:
- Properly collecting soil samples.
- Reading and understanding soil test analyses and recommendations.
- Proper use of lime to correct acidic soils.
- The roles of nutrients and their benefits in plants.
- The differences between common nitrogen sources.
There is no registration fee, but preregistration is requested. For more information and to register, please visit www.noble.org/events.
The Noble Research Institute will host a Managing Soil Nutrients for Pastures and Hayfields seminar for forage growers interested in implementing an effective nutrient management plan.
“Implementing an effective and environmentally friendly nutrient management program can help farmers and ranchers meet their production goals.”
- James Locke, soils and crops consultant
Noble Research Institute, LLC (www.noble.org) is an independent nonprofit agricultural research organization dedicated to delivering solutions to great agricultural challenges. Headquartered in Ardmore, Oklahoma, Noble’s goal is to achieve land stewardship for improved soil health in grazing animal production with lasting producer profitability. Achievement of this goal will be measured by farmers and ranchers profitably regenerating hundreds of millions of acres of U.S. grazing lands. Noble aims to remove, mitigate or help producers avoid the barriers that deter the lasting use of regenerative, profitable land management practices in grazing animal production.
Researchers, consultants, educators and ranch staff work together to give farmers and ranchers the skills and tools to regenerate the land in a profitable manner. Noble researchers and educators seek and deliver answers to producer questions concerning regenerative management of pasture and range environments, wildlife, pecan production, and livestock production. Regenerative management recognizes that each decision made on the ranch impacts the interactions of the soil, plants, water, animals and producers. Noble’s 14,000 acres of working ranch lands provide a living laboratory on which to demonstrate and practice regenerative principles and ideas to deliver value to farmers and ranchers across the U.S.
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