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Combining Soil Amendments and Varietal Development to Prevent Pathogens and Heavy Metal Uptake
Presented by Dr. Lori Hoagland, Professor of Soil Microbial Ecology in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at Purdue University.
This webinar is part of a series about Nurturing City Soils for Healthy Organic Vegetables. Urban farming can bring lots of benefits, but soils in cities can be degraded and, in some cases, contaminated. This can make vegetable crops more susceptible to pests and put farmers and consumers at risk. During this webinar series, participants will learn how to determine if their soils are contaminated and what they can do to minimize risks while producing healthy and nutritious organic vegetable crops. They will also learn how to restore degraded soils in cities and quantify whether their efforts are paying off. All webinars are free, take place at 11AM Pacific, 12 Mountain, 1 Central, 2 Eastern Time, and advance registration is required. Find all the webinars listed at https://eorganic.org/node/35542
Presenter: Dr. Anna Paltseva, Endowed Assistant Professor in Environmental Science School of Geosciences, University of Louisiana at Lafayette Chair-Elect of the Urban & Anthropogenic Soils, Soil Science Society of America.
Sponsors:
Tomato Organic Management and Improvement Project (TOMI) funded by NIFA-OREI
Carrot Improvement for Organic Agriculture Project (CIOA) funded by NIFA-OREI
Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts Urban Soil Health Program
Purdue University Extension
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Nov 9, 2022 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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