The National Cover Crop Summit returns March 17-18 with more expert presenters and more sessions than ever before! Join today’s most successful cover croppers, researchers and agronomists for this online event and discover proven, practical cover crop strategies in use today.
Learn Successful Strategies From Top Cover Crop Experts
The Spring 2021 National Cover Crop Summit is free-to-attend, 2-day online event that will feature a series of knowledge-building presentations taught by the foremost authorities on cover crops today.
Requiring no travel expense or time away from the office or farm, you will be able to participate from the comfort of your own office through a series of online presentation videos delivering practical tips and information on managing cover crops to improve soil health, protect the environment and enhance on-farm profitability.
DON’T MISS THESE INSIGHTFUL PRESENTATIONS:
Preventing Herbicide Residual Effects on Cover Crops
Gared Shaffer, Weed Field Specialist, South Dakota State University
Breaking Pest Cycles with Full Season Cover Crops
Daniel Olson, Grower, Lena, Wisc.
Maximizing the Potential Soil Health Benefits of Cover Crops
Kip Balkcom, Research Agronomist, USDA ARS
Optimizing Cover Crops with Solar Corridors
Joel Gruver, Associate Professor of Soil Science & Sustainable Ag, Western Illinois University
Preserving Water & Soil Quality Using Cover Crops
Robb Ewoldt, Grower, Davenport, IA
The Economics of Utilizing Cover Crops in a Dryland Environment
Jimmy Emmons, Grower, Leedey, OK
Maximize Livestock Feed Resources with Cover Crops: Tips From a Cover Crop Addict
Bill Buessing, Grower, Axtell, KS
Three Steps to a Growing Revolution: Where Do Cover Crops Fit?
Dave Montgomery, Professor of Earth & Space Sciences, University of Washington
Successful Integration of Multispecies Cover Crops & Livestock
John Macauley, Grower, Groveland, NY
A Balancing Act: Carbon to Nitrogen Ratios with Cover Crops
Trey Hill, Grower, Rock Hall, MD
Using Cover Crops to Build Your Most Valuable Asset
Ray McCormick, Grower, Vincennes, Ind.
Cover Crops & Cows: A Common Sense Approach
Daryl Obermeyer, Grower, Brownville, Neb.
To learn more and register, visit https://www.covercropstrategies.com/national-cover-crop-summit-2021.