Soil nutrient management12 July 2019
A workshop for farmers, growers, researchers and advisers on soil nutrient and fertility management in organic and agroecological farming
- Principles of organic soil management
- Use and value of different soil analysis methods
- Soil nutrient management in practice
The workshop is run by Mark Measures, who has 35 years experience advising organic farmers throughout the UK and elsewhere. He just completed a Winston Churchill Fellowship on soil management in the USA, Switzerland and Denmark. He is in a unique position to report on the different soil analysis and management methods – Standard, Albrecht, Solvita, Soil Health and soil biology. He can offer independent advice on their use by farmers in the UK.
- What is limiting yields?
- What are the optimum nutrient levels?
- How to stimulate biological activity?
- How to manage nitrogen supply?
The workshop will be held at the Organic Research Centre, Newbury on Friday 12th July 2019. £50/person plus VAT. £40 for clients of Mark Measures Associates. Lunch included.
Further information is available from Mark Measures firstname.lastname@example.org 01588640118
To book a place please contact Sarah Jameson email@example.com 01547 528546
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