Todavía quedan días hasta julio para disfrutar de hasta 20 webinars, de manera gratuita, de la asociación americana. Los hay de variadas temáticas: leasership, environmental management, agronomy… Muy enriquecedores.
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Hoy queremos destacar uno Agronomic, puro y duro, Cation Exchange Capacity: 15-Minutes of information you can use, de Beth Guertal a la que ya conocemos pues tuvimos el gusto de contar con ella en uno de nuestros congresos.
El webinar es corto, claro, conciso y a Beth se la entiende muy bien.
“Cation Exchange Capacity sounds fancy and complicated, but it’s a pretty solid concept that helps you better understand your soil and its ability to hold nutrients. Beth Guertal, Ph.D., takes a look at the reason ‘CEC’ will show up on your soil-test report, and what you can do with that information. Seriously, 15 minutes to learn the basics of CECs.
Original presentation date: Sept. 6, 2019 Education points: 0.03
About the Instructor: Elizabeth Guertal, Ph.D., is a professor at Auburn University. She earned her bachelors and masters from The Ohio State University and her Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University. Guertal’s research interests and areas of focus include soil fertility, turfgrass management and the flux of fertilizer nutrients in the turfgrass environment. Her university appointment includes 50% teaching and 50% research. She has been a GCSAA faculty member since 2001 teaching both seminars and webinars.”