Water quality and nutrient management are hot topics these days, not only on the farm but also in the hallways of our nation’s regulatory agencies. If you’re not already looking for ways to improve your farm in these areas, you may want to start. Illinois Corn has been working with Mike Plumer, a water quality specialist, to find voluntary ways for farmers to continually improve the environment. In this audio update, Mike Plumer talks about a conference in January to learn more about cover crops, which is a system that can improve water quality.
Click here to see the brochure about the conference. Advanced registration is available through January 21 for only $49.
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