Lincoln, Neb – This fall’s agronomical and horticultural online seminar series begins with Nebraska’s Humberto Blanco on September 10: “BIOCHAR – What do we know about its benefits?” it is.
Biocar, a professor of soil management and applied soil physics, will be able to restore declining ecological services, including food security, water conservation, water quality, climate regulation, and more.
This seminar will be broadcast and recorded on 3:30 p.m.
For a series of dates and topics are as follows
September 17: “Proper Conservation – Improving Agricultural Production and Natural Resource Conservation”, Andre Little, Assistant Professor of Landscape and Environmental Management, School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska – Lincoln.
September 24: “Challenges of Developing a Variable Crop System in a semi-arid environment,” said Cody Crich, associate professor and expert on dry land crop systems, department of agronomy and horticulture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln University.
October 2: “Improving Grazing Productivity and Quality” to Support Grazing Animals John John Gurezki, Associate Professor of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, University of Nebraska.
October 8: Greenhouse gas flows under different agricultural practices: Climate-modern farming possible? Erie Saekawa, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Emory University, Atlanta.
October 15: New insights into glofocination practices, ”said Frank Diane, professor of weed science at the University of Colorado State, Fort Collins, professor of weed science.
October 22: Anita Dele, professor of weed ecology at the University of Kansas State, Manhattan, says, “The use of weed-covered crops throughout Kansas.
October 29 Soil mining in crop systems in Argentina, ”said Juan Pablo Monzon, assistant professor of research at the University of Nebraska – Department of Agronomy and Vegetation.
November 5: “How to Form GxE and Use it for Plant Growth – Examples of Our Research” Hiroshishi Iwata, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Tokyo.
Note: This presentation video will not be posted on the website.
November 12: Bob Stupper, Professor of Bean Molecular Genetics at St. Paul’s Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics at the University of Minnesota.
November 19: Wheat and Agriculture Associate Professor Romulo Lolato “Comparing and Evaluating the Wheat We Grow with Wheat Growing”, Department of Agronomy, Kansas State University, Manhattan.
December 3 Sotirios Archontoulis, Associate Professor of Integrated Crop Systems, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University, Ames.
December 10 J. Ne Parson, Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska – Lincoln