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Updated: April 4, 2018
January 16th and 17th of 2018, agronomic professionals gathered to share knowledge and grow educational capacity. The Pennsylvania Agronomic Education Conference featured speakers from all over the United States sharing information from updates on alternative crops such as malting barley and hemp to micronutrient trends, new tools, managing drift and even a session on the impact of millennials on the farm. Here are a short list of highlights:
The need for additional evaluation of the impact of pH as a limiting factor on Pennsylvania soils is crucial. A micronutrient update from Bill Urbanowicz of Spectrum Analytical, Inc. reviewed lab data that shows there are a majority of soils suffering both micro and macro nutrient deficiencies in Pennsylvania. You won’t know unless you soil test.
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