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WEBINAR: Soil Biology Builds Resilience and Enhances Soil Quality

A regenerative systems approach will utilize integrated, dynamic principles to synergize biologically-based practices to address fertility, pest and disease issues in corn and soybean production. The soil is the foundation in resilient systems that have the potential to leverage increasing soil organic matter to feed soil biology especially mycorrhizal fungi and associated organisms. In this webinar, presenter Kris Nichols, will discuss crop diversity including perennials and annuals as well as cover and companion crops, reduced soil disturbance, and managed grazing to increase profitability by maximizing nutrient and water use efficiencies and improving nutritive quality. We will also take a close look at the microbiome community that makes it all happen. Click here to register.

1 CEU in Soil and Water Management

Presenter: Dr. Kris Nichols, Soil Microbiologist, KRIS Systems Education & Consultation


Illinois Soybean Association
The Illinois Soybean Association (ISA) is a statewide organization that strives to enable Illinois soybean producers to be the most knowledgeable and profitable soybean producers around the world. ISA represents more than 43,000 soybean farmers in Illinois through two primary roles; the state soybean checkoff and legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts.


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