Oct 5, 2020
WSU webinar: How do We Measure and Manage Soil Health for Productive Orchards?

Washington State University’s Tree Fruit Extension has scheduled a webinar, “How do We Measure and Manage Soil Health for Productive Orchards?

It will be held Nov. 4 or 5 (your choice of dates) at 9 a.m. Pacific.

“This online workshop will include recorded demonstrations with live commentary and discussion sessions,” a news release stated.

“We hope this workshop will help orchardists and field staff: understand what soil health is and how to measure it; improve their understanding of management; and identify soil health priorities and questions. The original expanded in-person, hands-on workshop will hopefully be offered in the future after COVID considerations have become more manageable.”

For registration visit Nov 4 https://tinyurl.com/soilhealthNov4 Nov 5 https://tinyurl.com/soilhealthNov5

For agendas visit: http://treefruit.wsu.edu/event/soil-health-nov4-2/

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