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2021 Maryland Crop Production Meetings Announced
Oct 19, 2020 -- 2021 Maryland Crop Production Meetings AnnouncedUniversity of Maryland Extension has announced dates for this year’s crop production meetings December through February. The meetings will be...
Miscanthus Soil Fertility Recommendations Now Available
Oct 5, 2020 -- Miscanthus x giganteus (miscanthus) is an emerging bioenergy crop with growing interest in Maryland as an alternative poultry bedding material. This extension bulletin outlines the development of...
Creating a Sustainable Future for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and its People
Mar 22, 2020 -- University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) is collaborating with multiple universities, partners, farmers, and stakeholders from throughout the Chesapeake...
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2019 Agricultural Nutrient Management Program Annual Report
Jan 6, 2020 -- This is the report of the University of Maryland Agricultural Nutrient Management Program for Fiscal Year 2019 (July 2018-June 2019)....
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Tier Group Assignment and Implementation
Apr 25, 2018 -- The 2015 update to Maryland’s Agricultural Nutrient Management regulations  introduced a multi‐year process for farmers with high phosphorus soils to transition  from the Phosphorus Site Index to...
Farming with Your NM Plan - A Comprehensive Guide
Feb 6, 2015 -- Click here for the guide: http://mda.maryland.gov/resource_conservation/counties/...
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