Monitoring Water Quality, Nitrogen Loss, Drainage Water Quality Studies and More!
Knowledge is power and Iowa State Extension and Outreach’s plan with the Nitrogen and Water Week program is to help farmers and agri-business. Therefore, ISU Extension and Outreach wants to help them gain a better understanding of how nitrogen practices are studied. This field day will also show farmers and agri-business how to manage N for profit and to reduce nitrate in tile drainage water.
As a result of attending this program, participants should be able to:
- Describe the challenges with monitoring water quality
- Understand the measurements critical for characterizing nitrogen loss and crop production
- Be knowledgeable of the approximate costs of establishing and, in addition to, conducting drainage water quality studies
- Know the range in N management practices that are being studied by ISU to support crop production and water quality
- Give a relative rank of the effectiveness of the various N management practices in reducing N loss
- Describe the pros and cons of trying to make major N loss reductions with nitrogen management
Think about how the above areas are vital to a watershed by watershed approach.
Schedule of Field Day:
Registration and check-in is at 9:15 am. The program is from 9:45 am to 12:15 pm. Lunch will then be served following the program and as a result is included in registration.
Extension field agronomist hosting at this location is Aaron Saeugling.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 712.769.2650
Pre-registration deadline is midnight, June 23, 2017.
Registration is $25 and includes refreshments, lunch, and course materials.
Advance registration is requested to assist with facility and meal planning. Furthermore, thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Registration may be completed online using VISA, MasterCard or Discover, or by mailing in the completed registration form with check payment.
Questions? For assistance with registration, receipts, billing, cancellation or questions on the status of your registration contact ANR Program Services at email@example.com or (515) 294-6429. Furthermore, contact an Extension Field Agronomist hosting a meeting near you for program information.
Finally, this program qualifies for 1.5 soil and water in addition to 0.5 nutrient management continuing education credits for Iowa Certified Crop Advisers, subject to board approval.