The Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton project invites U.S. cotton farmers, consultants and soil health experts to join together to discuss improving soil health and analyzing its return on investment in cotton.
Each of the eight conversations will feature producers, specialists and industry leaders from a specific production area. The program, which is held every Tuesday beginning at 2 p.m. EST, runs from Feb. 2 to March 23.
The Cotton Farmer Showcase is part of the Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton project, which provides farmer-focused education and training events delivered by Soil Health Institute scientists. The program also partners with local soil health technical specialists and farmer mentors who have implemented successful soil health management systems.
The project aims to increase the adoption of soil health management systems among cotton producers while documenting environmental and economic benefits.
View the tentative agenda, along with speakers, by clicking here.
The virtual programs are free, but you must sign up to receive a link to participate.