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Soil Health Tests - What, Why and How?
Soil health tests are a big conversation topic these days, but there’s a lot of conflicting information out there. This webinar will try to help you sort through all the noise. We’ll talk about all the different soil health tests and indicators available and how to decide which ones you should use. Soil health tests are based on assessing the biological processes within the soil, so using the same procedures as a soil fertility test won’t give you very good results. We’ll discuss sampling and handling procedures and how they differ from measuring soil fertility as well as how to interpret your results.

Dec 9, 2021 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Stacy Zuber, Ph.D.
State Soil Health Specialist @USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
Stacy Zuber, Ph.D., is the State Soil Health Specialist with USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Stacy grew up on her family farm in southeast Illinois, and that ag background was the driving force behind her decision to pursue master’s and doctorate degrees in crop sciences from the University of Illinois. After completing her graduate work, she conducted post-doctoral research at Purdue University and the University of Missouri-Columbia on projects using on-farm research to evaluate soil health tests and indicators before returning to Illinois as the State Soil Health Specialist.