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Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton Farmer Showcase - Episode 7

Mon, 25 Jan 2021 11:21:37 CST


Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton Farmer Showcase - Episode 7
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
2:00 p.m. (EST)
Livestream



Coming up over the Next Few Months, The Soil Health Institute presents a series of virtual meetings as part of its Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton project.


The goal of the project is to increase adoption of soil health management systems. The “Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton Farmer Showcase” features cotton producers and soil health specialists across the United States discussing the challenges and successes they have encountered on their journey to improve soil health. Each state’s speakers summarize how producers are making essential soil health practices like no-till and cover crops work under local soil and climate conditions.


Showcase events will be livestreamed beginning Tuesday, February 2nd at 2:00 p.m. (EST) and run every Tuesday through March. Cotton producers, consultants and other interested parties can register one time to participate in each or all Farmer Showcase episodes. All registrants will receive notices prior to an event.


EPISODE 7
Lessons from 8 Years of Regenerative Agriculture
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Spotlight on the Carolinas

Featuring

Dr. Buz Kloot, Research Associate Professor, University of South Carolina
Mr. Jason Carter, Farmer, Eastover, South Carolina
Mr. Doug Newton, Farmer, Clio, South Carolina

This showcase will feature a presentation by Mr. Jason Carter, Eastover, SC covering lessons learned while implementing cover crops, no-till and nutrient management on his 800-acre farm operation on the coastal plain soils of South Carolina during the past 8 years. He says he benefits from increased soil organic matter, reduced weed pressure and a robust nutrient cycle that has allowed him to reduce fertilizer use. Mr. Doug Newton, Clio, SC has seen an increase in beneficial insects because of his soil health practices.


Sign Up For Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton Farmer Showcase
You'll be able to join any conversation on the day of the event, plus you'll have easy access to all archived Farmer Showcase videos.


Register HERE

 

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