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Nutrient Management Webcasts


Recent Webinar(s):

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 Webcast:
Climate Change and its Effect on Nutrient Use Efficiency and Water Quality Protection


10:00  Introduction and Overview – Charles Wortmann, University of Nebraska

10:05  Climate Change, view pdfGene Takle, Iowa State University

10:40  Precipitation Trends in the Heartland Region, view pdfPat Guinan, University of Missouri

11:10  Climate Weirdness and Nutrient Management, view pdfCharles Wortmann, University of Nebraska

11:40  Final Discussion and Survey

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 Webcast:
Nutrient Management for Highly Productive Systems
with a Water Quality Perspective


10:00  Introduction and Overview – Charles Wortmann, University of Nebraska

10:05  Ecological Intensification – The Key to Sustainable High-yield Systems, view pdfKen Cassman, University of Nebraska

10:25  Sensor Technology for N Application, view pdfKent Shannon, University of Missouri

10:45  Alternate Nitrogen Production, view pdfJohn Sawyer, Iowa State University

11:05  Residue Removal, view pdfDoug Karlen, USDA-ARS

11:25  Economic Costs to Nutrient Management, view pdfRay Massey, University of Missouri

11:45  Final Discussion and Survey


Heartland Webinar Archives:

Title: Cost Effectivessness of Practices for Water Quality Protection

Date: Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


10:00 Introduction and overview - Charles Wortmann, University of Nebraska

10:05 Using a BMP Auction for Targeting in KansasJosh Roe, Kansas State University

10:25 Developing and Implementing a Cost Effective BMP Implementation Plan in an Iowa WatershedChad Ingels, Iowa State University

10:50 Economics and Water Quality Effects of Installing Conservation PracticesMichael Langemeier, Kansas State University

11:10 Hypoxia - Improving the system in Iowa: Costs and NeedsJim Baker, Iowa State University, Professor Emeritus

11:30 Adoption of BMPs for Animal Manure Management Laura McCann, University of Missouri


Questions/Comments: Amanda Schielke, Kansas State University

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- This material is based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under Agreement No. 2008-51130-19526.

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