Michigan State University (MSU) hosted its first MSU Agriculture Innovation Day: Focus on Soils on Aug. 24, 2016, at the Saginaw Valley Research and Extension Center (3775 S. Reese Rd, Frankenmuth, Michigan).

The educational field day delivered cutting-edge information on soil health topics ranging from nutrient management and soil quality to compaction and tile technology. Farmers had the opportunity to hear from science-based, experts and see the results of various techniques on both crop growth and soil quality. They also learned about the soil testing and plant diagnostics resources offered by MSU

A map and details of the event can be found online.

MSU Agriculture Innovation Day is slated to become an annual event that will focus on in-depth education on a single topic. The event will rotate to various locations throughout the state. Experts will deliver  innovative information to help producers take the next step in improving their bottom line while maintaining environmentally sound practices on their farms. 

MSU Extension was proud to offer 5 RUP credits for 1A or Comm Core or Private Core and 2 Nutrient Management CEU’s and 6 Soil and Water Management CEU’s for Certified Crop Advisors.

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