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Michigan Agri-Business Association

"Michigan's Voice for Agriculture" 

1501 North Shore Dr., Suite A | East Lansing, MI 48823 | 517-336-0223

            
Agri-Business Stewardship Newsletter

The objective of these documents is to provide you with current and helpful information regarding water protection, and the Michigan Agriculture Environmental Assurance Program (MAEAP)


 » Brought to you by the Michigan Agri-Business Association through a grant from the Michigan Water Stewardship Program «

2014

SeptemberSplitting nutrient applications can magnify fertilizer benefits, maximize producer investment

August Properly managing bulk liquid fertilizer storage containment

July Improving effectiveness and efficiency with soil sampling and site-specific agriculture

May Foliar fertilization can help to produce more, improve quality and increase resiliency

April
- Conserving land and water through Michigan’s Pesticide Container Recycling Program

March 
Emerging water quality issues in Michigan agriculture

February - Improving water quality through efficient fertilizer use


2013

July - Planting cover crops to protect Michigan's water resources

June - Managing bulk liquid fertilizer storage containment

May - Scouting to maximize effectiveness of pest control strategies

April - Michigan’s Pesticide Container Recycling Program

February - Installing and maintaining filter strips to protect waterways

January - Benefits of different nitrogen fertilizer materials


Note: If you are interested in any of the previous Newsletters listed below, please contact the MABA office -  maba@miagbiz.org  or 517.336.0223
2011

December - Fertilizer storage in winter months

August - Managing and Using Manure as a Crop Nutrient

July - New Rules for Repackaging Pesticides, Handling Mini-Bulks and More

May - Benefits of Foliar Fertilization

March - Michigan Clean Sweep Program 2011

February - Pesticide Container Recycling

January - Micronutrients are Essential to Increasing Yields

 
2012

December - Using the 4R fertilizer system

July - Fertility for Fall Seeded Wheat

June - EPA rules for managing mini-bulks

May - Using tissue testing to maximize the effect of foliar feeding

April - Michigan's pesticide container recycling program

February - The environmental benefits of site specific agriculture

January   - Nitrogen fertilizer materials and their availability to growing crops
 

  Developed and paid for by the Nitrogen and Pesticide Fees 

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