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Nutrient-management webinar Sept. 26

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The 2012 drought has been devastating for many in agriculture and it will be long remembered, especially by those farmers without crops to sell and livestock and poultry producers having to cull animals they can’t afford to feed. To assist farmers and ranchers, a “Managing Crop Nutrients in the Aftermath of the 2012 Drought” webinar will be held Wednesday, Sept. 26, from noon to 1:30 p.m.

The panel will address a variety of situations and the goal is to help farmers and their advisors make the most of crop inputs while being a good steward of soil and water resources.

The Agricultural Nutrients Policy Council is sponsoring the free webinar to be hosted by the American Society of Agronomy and the Certified Crop Advisors. The webinar is intended for farmers, crop advisors, and other interested parties, and a panel of top agronomic experts will present practical, useful guidance about how to best think through this fall’s and next spring’s nutrient-management challenges.

There are 1,000 spaces available for the webinar, and organizers expect a lot of participation. Pre-registration is required by visiting

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