ADA — This year’s Conservation Tillage Conference will be from 9 a.m. to 5:50 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, and from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 6, at Ohio Northern University, 525 S. Main St., Ada.
The two-day event will feature about 60 presenters, several agribusiness exhibitors and approximately 900 participants to discuss crop production.
Cost is $80 for one day and $105 for both. Registration includes lunch and break refreshments. Register at http://ctc.osu.edu.
Conservation Tillage Conference: March 5-6 in Ada
Hardin County – A world-renowned scientist will be the keynote speaker on the first day of this year’s Conservation
Tillage Conference (CTC) in Ada. Christine Jones, an Australian Soil Ecologist, will be giving the keynote of the
annual event with the topic “Building New Topsoil Through the Liquid Carbon Pathway for Long Term Production
and Profit.” The annual conference is scheduled for March 5th and 6th at Ohio Northern University. The McIntosh
Center and Chapel on campus will once again be the location where about 60 presenters, several agribusiness
exhibitors, and approximately 900 participants will come together to learn about the latest topics in crop
Farmers will be able to choose from four concurrent rooms that will host a variety of speakers from several land
grant universities as well as agricultural agency and industry personnel. Tuesday, March 5th there will be Corn
University; Nutrient Management; Precision Agriculture and Digital Technologies; Cover Crops, No-Till, and Soil
Health speakers in each of these rooms. Wednesday, March 6th there will be Cover Crops: Issues and Benefits;
New Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations; Soybean School; Water Quality Research and Best Management
Practices; Soil Balancing – Is it Important to Manage the Calcium: Magnesium Ratio in Soils?; and Identity
The conference fee is $80 for one day or $105 for both days. Registration includes lunch and break refreshments
during the day. Registration information and a detailed program schedule may be found at http://ctc.osu.edu.
The detailed program also includes information on continuing education categories for each presentation.
Certified Crop Advisers (CCA) will be able to receive seven hours of continuing education credits each day. Hours
will be offered in all categories, including hard to get categories of Soil and Water Management and Nutrient