A Nutrient Management Training Course for Farmers: A Vermont Case Study

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livestock and poultry environmental learning center logo with cow, pig, and chicken sillhouettes over a map of the U.S. with three circling arrowsThe webinar focuses on the farmer nutrient management course, outcomes and tools developed for the course including goGrop. This presentation was originally broadcast on November 18, 2016. More...

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A Nutrient Management Training Course for Farmers: A Vermont Case Study

Heather Darby, University of Vermont (24 min)

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Using the goCrop Program

Lindsey Ruhl, University of Vermont (18 min)

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What's Next for the Training Course and goCrop Program?

Heather Darby, University of Vermont (2 min)

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