Soil Health & Nutrient Density Farming Workshop
Nutrient Density Farming is a holistic approach to maximizing soil health and the quality of crops, achieved by an optimized balance of nutrients in the soil. The Cornell Soil Health Assessment tool is a new test developed to research and attend to the balance of soils’ physical, chemical, and biological contents, determining and influencing overall soil health. This test, (CSHA) combined with an in-depth analysis of the balanced elemental contents of soil (the Nutrient Density approach) can yield unparalleled success in making the soil, as well as the yield of crops produced, of the highest quality possible. This workshop will explore the differences and similarities of the two approaches, and as used in combination, will offer crop, forage, and livestock producers another valuable addition to their toolboxes for achieving optimum soil fitness and crop vigor.
Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Cost: $25 per person, or $30 per farm
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. PM, Hudson CCE Meeting Hall
Light lunch will be provided for registrants.
Registration deadline: March 23
To register online: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/_210 or call the Hudson office 518-828-3346 x0