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Get the Latest Dirt on Soil Health

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There’s good earth and there’s depleted dirt. And a lot of variation between the two extremes.

Healthy soils are the foundation of global food production, host more than a quarter of the planet’s biodiversity, and play a critical role in the carbon cycle. 

Three experts on soil health will share their knowledge in a down-to-earth discussion on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at the next NC Ag Biotech Professional Forum at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. The presenters include:

They’ll discuss such issues as new techniques for identifying and tracking the main indicators of soil health, and why understanding, maintaining and managing soil health have become so important.

The forum begins at 4 p.m., ending after the discussion with a 5:30 networking hour.

Registration in advance is $10 online, but last-minute registration is also available at the door for $15.

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