Organic Soil Fertility for Vegetables and Strawberries

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Feb 12, 2019
8:00AM-4:30PM
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This short course will focus on the practical aspects of organic soil fertility management for fast-maturing leafy green vegetables and long-season strawberry production. 
Topics covered include understanding the contribution of the various sources of nitrogen for crop rotation including mineralization from soil organic matter, release of inorganic nitrogen from organic fertilizers and composts, and the contribution of prior crop residues, cover crops, and irrigation water. 
The focus will be on nutrient management in cool season vegetables grown in multiple rotations, as well as strawberries grown in a year-long production cycle.  The content will be geared toward commercial-scale production. 
Space is limited!
Please refer to the following link for fees and registration, http://cemonterey.ucanr.edu/
For more information please call (831) 759-7353 or rifsmith@ucdavis.edu.



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