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UW Extension offers seminar on soil health
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MONROE - Farmers and agronomists in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois will have the opportunity to learn about the newest research-based information on no-till cropping systems, management practices for improving nitrogen fertilizer efficiency and the efficacy of nitrogen inhibitors on corn and wheat by attending a University of Wisconsin Extension Crops and Soils Seminar on Feb. 18. The seminar will run from 1 to 3:30 p.m. and will be held in the lower level multi-purpose rooms at the Green County UW Extension office at 2841 6th St., Monroe. The program will feature three presentations by UW Extension specialists in soil science and fertility.