Workshop Session: Saturday I
Management choices that work for one farm might not be suitable for another farming operation, and sometimes, not even for another field on the same farm. Learn why this is true, what’s happening at the biological, physical, and chemical levels, and how you can use this knowledge to make management decisions that are more likely to achieve your goals.
Francisco Arriaga is an associate professor of soil science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a specialist with UW-Extension. His research focuses on sustainable soil management practices for crop productivity that’s environmentally responsible.