Dodge County’s Farmers for Healthy Soil-Healthy Water is offering an informational meeting on how to handle compaction and ruts for the coming spring.
Francisco Arriaga, Assistant Professor, UW-Madison, Department of Soil Science, will discuss how to reduce compaction during the spring using no-till and cover crops. Additionally, hear from local farmers, including host Richard Wondra, on how reducing tillage and using cover crops on their land has led to numerous soil health benefits including the reduction or elimination of compaction and ruts.
This is a free events with lunch provided.
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