Nutrient and Manure Management
Nitrogen and phosphorus are important plant nutrients. They are also byproducts of animal agriculture and municipal wastewater treatment. Excess amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus in water negatively impacts humans and the environment. Activities and resources associated with this priority issue support all aspects of nutrient and manure management that lead to the concurrent achievement of agricultural productivity and water quality goals.
Mapping the Pathway for Effective Dissemination and Education between Manure Nutrient Management Agriculture Professionals
Mentoring for Early Career Extension Educators: A Systems Approach to Nutrient Management
Professional Development for Extension Professionals and Educators on Land Use and Management Practice to Enhance Water Quality
Ten Ways to Reduce Nitrate Loss from Drained Lands: A Comprehensive Multimedia Outreach Package
The Current Webinar #2: Decision Support Tools for Nutrient and Sediment Management
The Current Webinar #16: Innovative Approaches to Manure Management
The Current Webinar #23: Land Use of Riparian Ecosystems in the Northern Great Plains
The Current Webinar #27: Nitrogen Management in Tile Drained Landscapes
The Current Webinar #33: Conservation Practice Tracking for the Mississippi River Basin
Best Management Practices for Pathogen Control in Manure Management Systems
The University of Minnesota provides livestock producers with the tools to help control pathogenic microorganisms on their farms. View info here.
Training and Certification