November 23, 2010
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
Tuesday, November 23 Webcast:
Nutrient Management for Highly Productive Systems
The Heartland Regional Water Coordination Initiative will facilitate five speakers on Nutrient Management for Highly Productive Systems by webcast on November 23, 2010 from 10:00 to 12:00 AM CDT.
10:00 Ecological Intensification – The Key to Sustainable High-yield Systems – Ken Cassman,
University of Nebraska
10:20 Sensor Technology for N Application – Kent Shannon, University of Missouri
10:40 Alternate Nitrogen Production – John Sawyer, Iowa State University
11:00 Residue Removal – Doug Karlen, USDA-ARS
11:20 Economic Costs to Nutrient Management – Ray Massey, University of Missouri
11:40 Final Discussion and Survey
How To Connect: You will need to have a computer with Internet access and a phone to participate. At the meeting time, simply click on the following link or copy and paste it into your browser to enter the meeting: http://connect.extension.iastate.edu/nebraska. At the login page, click on “Click to Enter” under the “Enter as a guest” heading. You will then be prompted for your name. Enter your name and click “Enter” to enter the meeting space. You may listen to the webcast through your computer speakers OR by dialing (866) 433-4616. Once prompted for a passcode followed by the pound sign, please enter 882477. If you are not a speaker, please put your phone on MUTE.
The audience will be able to submit questions and comments by typing these into a ‘chat box’. The presentations will be archived at www.oznet.ksu.edu/waterquality/webcasts.htm for later viewing.
For Further Information: Please contact Amanda Schielke firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the event website at /events.htm
This webcast is sponsored by the Heartland Regional Water Coordination Initiative, a collaborative program of the USDA National Institute for Agriculture National Water Program, Iowa State University, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kansas State University and the University of Missouri. The goal of the Heartland Initiative is to make research, education, and extension resources of the Land Grant Universities more accessible to Federal, State, and local water improvement efforts. For more information on the Heartland Region Water Coordination Initiative go to /.