A free seminar tomorrow, Oct. 7, looks at CFAES’s On-Field Ohio project. The project is using field-scale, edge-of-field monitoring to revise the Ohio Phosphorus Risk Index. Ohio farmers use the index to make management decisions about how much phosphorus they should apply to their crops. A well-tested, further-vetted index will lead to less phosphorus runoff into water, a cause of harmful algal blooms. CFAES’s Libby Dayton is the speaker. She talks about the index in the video above. Seminar details here.
Posted by Kurt Knebusch on October 6th, 2015