Adaptive Nutrient Management

The foundation of adaptive management is a rigorous and objective evaluation of management practices at the field level combined with a deliberate process to learn from the evaluations to make better decisions in the next season. The objective of this webcast is to teach participants about the concepts and practice of adaptive management in agricultural production. This presentation was originally broadcast on April 20, 2012. More…

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Adaptive Nutrient Management Overview

Tom Morris, University of Connecticut (10 minutes)

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How to Implement Adaptive Nutrient Management

Jim Camberato, Purdue University (9 minutes)

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Examples of Adaptive Nutrient Management

Quirine Ketterings, Cornell University (20 minutes)

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Question and Answer

All Presenters (19 minutes)

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