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New conservation virtual field day announced for week of November 16th

New conservation virtual field day announced for week of November 16th

There were two webinars announced during the week of November 9. For more information about recently announced field days, visit here.

Recently Announced

November 18 | Don’t Run Off! Managing Stormwater in the Urban Landscape

During this webinar, John McMaine, assistant professor and water management engineer extension state specialist at South Dakota State University, will explore how much impact LID can really have, the costs and benefits of the practice, and will challenge how we think about urban water management.

November 24 | Making Cover Crops and Strip-Tillage Work in Des Moines Lobe

Located in the heart of the Des Moines Lobe, known for the rich, dark soil, Thompson has been utilizing no-till on all soybean acres and strip-till on his corn acres since 2002. During the virtual field day, Mark Thompson, a Webster County farmer, will share his experiences figuring out which strip-till tools and timing of operations work best for his system.



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