University of Maryland Extension

nutrient management

Filling out the new Notice of Intent (CAFO permit)

The General Discharge Permit for CAFO's and large MAFO's expired on November 30, 2014. Those who are currently registered under the permit have until January 30, 2015 to file a new notice of intent (NOI) with the Maryland Department of Environment. Some of the information may be difficult to find...
Start planning now! The following checklist is designed to help organize the information needed. Soil samples: Soil sample analyses are good for three years. Check to see if all soil analyses are up...
September October 2014 LES Newsletter
This newsletter includes stories on saving RoundUp Ready seeds, Big Data, Agricultural research updates, nutrient managment, and pesticide voucher training.More info

Online Nutrient Management Recertification Training

Friday, Apr. 4, 2014 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Adobe Connect
If you would like the opportunity to learn from home, yet still be engaged, then be sure to enroll in the Live On-Line Nutrient Management Voucher Recertification Training, scheduled for April 4, 2014 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. This session will focus on fertility and production related topics for all...

Developing Management Units for Nutrient Management Planning

Planning management units is one of the most important activities when developing a nutrient management plan. Many operators want to combine several fields into one management unit to reduce expenses and simplify fertilizer applications. This is an acceptable practice in some scenarios but not all...

Nutrient Applicator Voucher Renewal Session

Wednesday, Mar. 12, 2014 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Harford County Extension Office
Join us for an informative session regarding current nutrient management issues. This session will feature an update on regulations provided by Darren Alles, regional nutrient management specialist with MDA, and presentation on movement of phosphorus in soils by Nicole Fiorellino, University of...

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