Unearthing Soil Trends Webinar

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Unearthing Soil Trends Free Webinar – And Check Out Archived Webinars from the Pennsylvania Agricultural Stewardship Association

Unearthing Soil Trends: Insights From Our Study of 100+ Farms WebinarFriday,

April 2, 2021 • 1–2 pm • Free 

What are the soil samples, field management records, and first-hand experiences of local farmers telling us about soil health?

During this webinar we’ll explore the top findings from our recently published , which offers fresh insights into how farmers can improve soil stewardship to more effectively protect ecosystems and communities, better withstand severe weather, and increase yields.

In Unearthing Soil Trends We’ll discuss:

  • How many farmers are able to balance tillage and growing soil health
  • How excess phosphorus from soil amendments could be reducing your yields, polluting water, and costing you money—and what you can do about it
  • How increasingly severe, wet weather brought by climate change could impact soil health in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast
We’ll also briefly cover the methods, scope, and limits of our study and provide information about how to participate.

And check out the many archived PASA Webinars at 

  • Listening Session: Meat Processing
  • Farm and Land Transition Strategies
  • Pastured Pork Fundamentals
  • Grass-Fed Genetics
  • Fundamentals of IPM: Weed Management
  • Fundamentals of IPM: Perspectives from the Orchard
  • Fundamentals of IPM: In the Field
  • Fundamentals of IPM: Recognizing and Managing Disease in Vegetable Crops
  • Fundamentals of IPM: Greenhouses and Hoophouses
  • Listening Session: On Farm Solar Energy
  • Grass, Grain, and the Developing Rumen
  • Transitioning to Online Sales
  • And Many More

The Pennsylvania Agricultural Stewardship Association (PASA) is a Pennsylvania-based sustainable agriculture association founded in 1992. PASA envisions a world where agriculture nourishes, heals, and empowers. PASA is committed to a mission of cultivating environmentally sound, economically viable, community-focused farms and food systems.

 

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