MINNEAPOLIS — If you have wondered how to interpret the Haney test as an indicator of soil health, plan to tune in to this webinar:
- Date: October 7, 2019
- Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- What: Webinar
- How: Register online
- Cost: No fee
The Haney test tries to assess biological activity in your soil. The results include many different metrics representing microbial activity and food sources. Dr. Anna Cates, state soil health specialist, will guide you through how the various measurements are done and how to interpret your results. Liz Stahl, Extension Educator in Crops, will discuss U of MN research comparing results of the Haney Test to standard soil testing procedures, and the implications if you want to use the Haney test in determining fertilizer needs.
One (1) CCA CEU has been applied for:
- 0.5 Soil and water (SW)
- 0.5 Nutrient management (NM)
— University of Minnesota Extension
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