We’re excited to debut our Roundtable Discussions for the 2022 Healthy Soil Summit! The event takes place Aug. 2-3 in Sacramento, California, for farmers, ranchers and ag professionals interested in learning practical and economical approaches to soil health management. Learn more at Soil.AcresUSA.com.
The Roundtable Discussions will take place on the 2nd day of the event, with lunch provided! Each table will be led by knowledgeable professionals focused on topics around soil health. Here’s a sneak peek of the questions you can discuss during the Roundtable:
Regenerative Crop Health
Lead by Advancing Eco Agriculture
- In your experience, what are the keys for building and maintaining soil health?
- What are the limiting factors that help us measure and build healthy soils?
- How do we manage soil health in the face of limited water availability?
View more Roundtable Discussion questions around regenerative crop health here.
Lead by Ferticell
- How could your PCA/CCA better help you to understand the role of micronutrients in your crops?
- What do you think are some side effects of improper micronutrition?
- What do you think one of the principal roles of Boron is in plants?
View more Roundtable Discussion questions around micronutrients here.
Lead by Live Earth Products
- How do humates help with salts?
- Does humic acid help with nutrient availability?
- How does humic acid impact water conservation?
View more Roundtable Discussion questions around humic acids here.
Lead by Ward Laboratories, Inc.
- What parameters determine “soil health,” and how do the varying approaches differ?
- Why is soil aggregate stability a critical part of soil health, and what soil parameters influence the results?
- What validation methods are best for carbon sequestration and why?
View more Roundtable Discussion questions around soil testing here.
Join Us at the Healthy Soil Summit
Prioritize your soil health education by attending the 4th annual Healthy Soil Summit this Aug. 2-3 in Sacramento, California. Meet experts like Rick Clark, John Kempf and Dr. Kris Nichols. Visit local regenerative agriculture sites on the Farm Tour (limited space availability). Earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) – and more!